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There’s a lot to love about having trees on your property. That being said, if you find you have roots in the sewer, you’ll begin to feel a lot differently. Roots can cause major destruction if not properly dealt with. 

Before you can hire Complete Trenchless to deal with a sewer line with tree roots, you must first know whether or not this is the problem you’re dealing with. We’re here to guide and educate you!

Table of Contents

  • 4 Signs You Have Roots in The Sewer
  • Slow Emptying Drains
  • Sinkholes
  • Collapsed And Blocked Pipes
  • Bad Smells
  • Contact Complete Trenchless to Handle a Washington Sewer Line With Tree Roots

4 Signs You Have Roots in The Sewer

While beautiful and shady, keeping trees on your property comes with a price. It means occasional maintenance costs and possibly even pipe repair. If you find you have roots in the sewer, this is something that must be dealt with right away. Do not hesitate to contact Complete Trenchless if you notice any of these signs:

Slow Emptying Drains

Not all water pressure and drain problems are due to clogs. Slow moving drains are usually one of the first signs that there is root damage in your sewer. You may flush your toilet and notice it drains slowly or makes a gurgling noise. If you notice this, there is a strong chance that roots have entered your pipes. 

Sinkholes

Yikes! No one wants a massive sinkhole in their yard or commercial property. Sinkholes can be a sign of serious pipe damage caused by roots. Stay away from it and immediately call a professional team to come out and inspect the issue. It is quite possible that the problem has developed into something beyond minor repairs needed. You may need a sewer line replacement at this point.

Collapsed And Blocked Pipes

Older homes with original pipes are mature trees are a ticking time bomb. Root obstruction is one of the leading causes of clogged pipes. If this is the reason your pipes are blocked, you will definitely need a professional to take care of that for you. 

Bad Smells

If your sewer line is exposed, your nose will let you know. This can lead to unpleasant odors. If you begin to smell rotten eggs or feces, there is a strong chance that you have some serious sewer blockage that needs to be attended to.

Contact Complete Trenchless to Handle a Washington Sewer Line With Tree Roots

While the easiest solution would just be to not have trees in your yard, many homeowners would miss the beauty they provide. If you recognize any of the issues mentioned above, reach out to our team right away. We can handle any sewer services you need on your property, including handling roots that have gotten into the sewer line. This problem will only get worse and more costly for you, so call us today!

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