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How Do Pipes Get Prematurely Damaged

A sewer line is an important part of your home’s plumbing system. Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Phoenix encourages you to never wait to seek sewer repair services calling before there is an emergency. Here are some of the most common ways that your pipes get prematurely damaged.

 

Movement of the Soil

Mother Nature can be extremely unpredictable. It’s often difficult to anticipate the movement of the soil. When the ground starts to shift, sewer lines are at risk of being damaged by rocks and other elements. Fortunately, complete pipe replacement can be avoided in most cases if identified early rather than later. New Technology for sewer line repair can seal punctures and minor cracks.

 

Clogs

It’s important to prevent clogs in your sewer line. Wet wipes, grease, food particles, and hair can all cause a blockage. Over time, a clog can create a weak point in your pipe. The chances of a leak occurring increase dramatically if those clogs are not addressed. If you happen to hear a gurgling sound coming from your plumbing or your toilet becomes hard to flush, there’s a good chance you’re dealing with a clog. Waiting to address the problem could lead to a pipe burst or a full home backup. Sewer pipe line repair is our specialty since our Technicians are well trained for spot repairs and full replacements will be needed. There are plenty of options and you get to choose which technique you want to choose to get the job done.

 

Corrosion

Pipes are prone to corroding as they age. When a pipe starts to deteriorate from the inside out, it’s only a matter of time before it cracks. You can upgrade to a piping material that's less likely to suffer from corrosion. Before we replace sewer line, our team will Camera the sewer lines that are in question and determine if a repair or replacement is needed.

 

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