Sewer Line Clogs
There can be a range of causes when it comes to clogged drains or a clogged toilet. One of the most damaging causes is a sewer line clog. A sewer line clog can lead to raw sewage backup; adding great potential for extensive and very inconvenient damage you’ll be smelling and paying for longer than you’d like. Call Tall Pines Plumbing at the first warning sign of a sewer line clog. Here are a few things to watch for:
- Water backing up out of your toilet plumbing or drain(s)
- A gurgling sound coming from your drains
- One form of plumbing effecting another
- Example: You run your washing machine and then hear your toilet making a noise similar to that of a coffee pot percolating, or you start to see water forming around your basement floor drain
If you suspect you have a sewer line clog, you should shut off your water at the source and call Tall Pines Plumbing ASAP.
The Easy, Low Cost Solution to Your Drain Clog
Unclogging a sink or bathtub drain is not a pleasant DIY job. Depending on how often your drains have been cleaned, there can be months or years of hair, toothpaste, and anything else washed down you sink causing the clog – if you live in an apartment, your problem is even grosser, considering all of that hair is likely a combination of past tenants too. Let Tall Pines Plumbing handle the plumbing jobs you hate, like unclogging your backed up drain or toilet.