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Many people don’t know this, the main sewer line is the section of your sewer system that goes from your house or business commercial building to Farmingdale county sewer or a septic tank. This means that if any time you have a sewer blockage, clog, root infiltration or other backup in your sewer line, it’s up to you to find sewer cleaner specialists that can clear it! If you need sewer services such as sewer cleaning, sewer line maintenance and sewer line inspection, you’ve come to the right place here at Certified Sewer Services
Sometimes, using a “snake” machine is enough to get a newer sewer line up and running again. However, in many situations, we recommend utilizing a water jet to eliminate particularly pesky clogs or lines that may contain larger amounts of debris, blockages, or sediment. A water jet is the most powerful tool in the battle to keep your pipes clean, and when it comes to your main sewer line, sometimes it’s best to use the most powerful tool at your disposal. We have the equipment and experience to safely and thoroughly water jet your Main Sewer Line in Farmingdale, and give it the best cleaning it can get.
Sewer scopes have enabled homeowners to check the condition of their sewer line when there are repetitive problems or when buying a home. Since a regular home inspection doesn’t include a look at the sewer line, and sewer line repairs can be very costly, a sewer scope is critical. Most of the problems listed below can be mitigated with a good Preventative Maintenance Program from Certified Sewer Services.
A cable with a sewer camera on the end is fed into the sewer line. The video feed is recorded onto a DVD for you to watch in the comfort of your own home. While watching it, there are 4 things to keep an eye on.
It’s normal for roots to grow into a sewer line while searching for nutrients. It’s also normal for people to assume that, when they see roots in the line, it means the entire line needs to be replaced. This isn’t true, and there’s no need to spend thousands of dollars unless it’s necessary. By performing sewer cleaning the problem is usually resolved.
Remember that the lens of the camera is very small, and it makes things look bigger than they actually are. A “belly” or small dip in the line, might look terrible. There are numerous sewer lines with low spots that have been maintained for years.
Sometimes people confuse the joints in sewer lines for breaks. Joints look man-made. They’re smooth and occur at regular intervals. However, roots can penetrate lines at the joints.
A break in the line will look jagged, and you’ll usually see a pool of mud and/or debris. Holes also may be visible in the pipe.