Any type of stoppage in your home’s plumbing system is unpleasant to say the least.
Clogged drains can lead to overflowing sinks and toilets, burst pipes, putrid odors and unsanitary messes. Yuck.
But as bad as those kinds of clogs are, even worse are sewer line blockages.
Sewer blockages are “big time” problems because the sewer line is so vital to the overall functioning of your home’s plumbing system.
When wastewater is flushed or drained, it travels out and away from your house, via the underground sewer line on your property, to a large municipal sewer line and eventually to your city’s water reclamation facility. That’s when there are no blockages and everything is running smoothly.
When wastewater flowing out from your house encounters a clog somewhere in the sewer line, it cannot go any further. Instead, the raw sewage backs-up into your home, usually entering through low points like basements, floor drains, toilets and septic tanks.
This can lead to damage in your home and to your possessions. It is not usually a quick-fix, either. In this situation not just one sink or toilet is stopped-up, but every drain in your home is affected.
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