Water Backing Up
If your toilet is clogging or your kitchen sink isn’t draining as fast as it should, your sewer line may need to be repaired. While it’s common for a toilet to clog occasionally or a sink to back up due to clumps of hair and other debris, it is less common for multiple drains to deteriorate simultaneously. Every fixture’s drain eventually connects to the sewer main sewer line, so any damage to the line will result in problems throughout all drains in the household. If left untreated, wastewater will eventually back up other drain lines. If your water is backing up throughout your home and you suspect that your sewer line needs to be repaired, call Big John’s Plumbing, Heating, and Air today for affordable, honest, and state-of-the-art repairs and installations.
Foul smells are a tell-tale sign of damaged sewer lines. If your bathtub, sink, toilet, or drains start to smell strange, sour, or unpleasant, you may have a clogged sewer line. Look out for mold or spotting on your floors as well as sewage being pushed through drains. If you have noticed any of the previously mentioned occurrences in your home, your main sewer line may be seriously damaged and in need of repair. Call Big John’s Plumbing, Heating, and Air today for an inspection and repair.
Surprisingly, mushy grass or a flooded yard could be signs that your sewer line is functioning improperly. Sewer lines are buried underground, so it may take several weeks after initial damage for your yard to flood, but it will likely do so. If your grass appears to be overwatered or feels mushy even during the dry season, it may be because your sewer line is broken or clogged. If you suspect this may be the case, look out for dark green patches of grass and bad smells coming from your lawn. Call Big John’s plumbing, heating, and air today for professional assistance and repairs.
Toilets occasionally make strange sounds, however, if you hear gurgling sounds when you flush, you may be in trouble. Gurgling sounds in toilets, sinks, and drains indicate that your sewer line may be damaged or clogged. Tree roots may also be the culprit, as tree roots are known for growing into and breaking pipelines. If you have an older sewer constructed of clay or concrete, your pipeline is particularly susceptible to root peneration, as roots seek moisture. If your toilet or sink has been making gurgling noises lately, contact a professional to inspect and repair your sewer line. Call Big John’s Plumbing, Heating, and Air for a repair or installation today.
Big John’s Plumbing provides sewer line repairs in Utah.