Whether you are buying an older home or the house you live in is a bit older, the chances are that you need to think about the maintenance of your sewer lines. Many older homes have sewer pipes made of either clay or concrete, whereas the newer systems are crafted using more modern materials than ever before. If you require sewer repair in Stanwood, you must know you are working with a company that knows best.
Over time, all pipes can move about and settle in depending on weather conditions and the ground freezing and thawing time and again. As an older system moves, some leaking may come from the fittings. Such a leak can fester, and the chances are good that roots will start to invade to get to the water source. Once the roots find the system, they can push inside, lead to a blockage, or even fracture the piping further.
While you could have roots removed from the pipes, an issue still needs to be addressed; You can cut the roots out, treat them with a root killer, or even use hydrojetting to blast them out.
Repair Or Replace?
Some benefits come from clay or concrete pipes, so you must consider every aspect to determine whether you want to repair them or replace them with another material. Working with our trained professionals at All Valley Plumbing will help you get the answers you seek.