Clogged sewer lines can happen at any time, and there is no good time to discover this. There is also the risk of serious sewage blockages in the summer. Your home’s sewer system can be negatively affected due to increased use, inclement weather, and other factors, requiring sewer line cleaning.
There are several factors that can cause sewer pipes to clog during the summer, even though it may seem like a safe time of year. Find out why you should contact professional sewer drain cleaning services in the summer and what three common reasons for clogged sewer lines are.
Roots of the Tree
Summer is the time when trees and plants grow and need water. Tree roots can attack sewer lines if they are located below or next to a tree. If the roots grow inside the sewer line, they can block the flow of water and waste. Older pipes are susceptible to breakage and growth, which can block the flow of water and cause significant damage. Occasionally, tree roots can penetrate the joints between pipes, causing structural damage.
Summer is usually a time when sewer systems are used more heavily. The wastewater system is more stressed when people have guests visiting. As a result, sewage blockages occur more frequently. A clogged sewer line can cause bubbles in your toilet or an overflowing sink. If you experience sewer problems, do not hesitate to contact sewage pipe cleaning professionals.
Come on, let’s do the Sewer Line Cleanout
The team at W.L. Staton Plumbing, Heating and Cooling is available round the clock for sewer pipe cleaning emergencies. We provide sewer pipe cleaning for residential and commercial properties. Using specialized equipment designed for cleaning sewer lines, we can pinpoint the exact source of the problem. Our camera inspections enable us to pinpoint the exact location of the clog. Get in touch with us if you need sewer drain cleaning services in Maryland, including Arnold, Pasadena, Annapolis, Bowie, Cape St. Claire, Crownsville, Edgewater, Glen Burnie, Millersville, Pasadena, Severna Park, and Crofton.