The thought that something may be wrong with your sewer line is frightening and burdensome. Nevertheless, a significant portion of your dread and worry may be attributable to the fact that you are unsure what to anticipate. Watching this video on the process of sewer line repair will help ease some of that worry and ensure you are ready for any repair.
The diagnosis of the problem is always the first stage in the process of repairing a sewer line.
Your plumber will insert a camera into your plumbing system and then use spray paint to indicate where the pipes are located on the surface of your home. In addition to marking overhead utility lines, they will designate underground barriers, sprinklers, electric dog fences, and other similar features.
When a sewer camera reveals obstructions like tree roots or other debris, the next step is usually cleaning the sewer. When performing a sewer cleaning, the expert will use specialized plumbing equipment to free the pipes of any obstructions. You can take steps to maintain your sewage system by having it inspected once a year, cutting back trees encroaching on the line, and using the system correctly.