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Why is my Sewer Pipe Blocked?
There could be a number of things that are causing a blockage in your sewer pipes, one of the common reasons is roots. Roots can cause extensive damages to piping underground around your household. The roots invade your pipes because of the water flow inside, large roots can break and crack these pipes and small roots tend to grow to large numbers which clogs the pipes. Root masses can act as a net as they catch household fats, oils, grease, grit, tissue paper and other debris discharged from the household.
How Will I Know?
Drains that are slow flowing are a big sign of root problematic systems. If you notice slow water flow and gurgling noises in your drainage system and toilet bowl then it is likely that you are experiencing blocked or damaged pipes. An eventual complete blockage will occur if no actions are taken to remove the roots or blockage. The roots will grow and flourish in these perfect conditions which causes more problems, growth means roots will expand and create pressure within the pipe, which causes the pipe to crack and break. Structurally damaged pipes and pipes suffering from severe root intrusion will require replacement.