Are your drains sluggish? Hearing weird noises coming from them when you do things like flush the toilet? If so, you might have tree roots in your sewer line. Since these can be a real problem – and cost you a lot of money to fix – you’ll want to take care of the problem right away before it gets any worse.
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Sewer pipe lining
- Gurgling sounds coming from the toilet when you flush.
- Slow drains – including your toilet – that tend to backup.
- Clogs that keep returning after you’ve cleared them. This is because you haven’t taken care of the real problem: holes or cracks in your pipe. The roots just keep coming back.
- Obnoxious odors.