Quality Sewer Scope Equipment
If you live in an old house, there’s a huge chance that you are dealing with pipes made of clay. Most old pipes are wedged by tree roots. Trees thrive fast in moisture. When the roots start to grow dense, they plug up the pipe completely. When grease, muck, and other sticky stuff accumulate, they may also clog the pipes. In other cases, sewer lines collapse and rot away which can cause a string of household problems.
So when do you know that it’s time for sewer scope or a sewer repair?
There are a few indications that it’s time for a sewer scope.
• If you start to smell odd odors coming from the sewage.
• If you see wet patches in the yard quite often.
• If you always witness wet sinkholes