Sewers that are blocked can be frustrating however homeowners can fix the problem by being able to recognize them before they escalate. Watch this video to learn the symptoms of obstructions in the sewer before getting a plumber. One main sewer line connects to the residence, while the other has branches leading to kitchen sinks and toilets. The main sewer lines carry water from the home to the sewer system centrally. The central sewer line is responsible for all plumbing systems around the house. In the end, an obstruction can be the possibility of a major problem if addressed efficiently. There are a variety of indicators which can aid homeowners in identifying an obstruction in the sewer.
A frequently blocked drain is the first sign of a blockage in the main sewer line. A blocked drain is the sign of a significant issue with the main sewer line. Sewer lines that are blocked can result in problems drainage. If the drains in your toilets, sinks or bathtubs have a slow drain they could be the result of unblocking the sewer line. An experienced plumber might be able to help you. Insistent toilet and kitchen sink clogs can be signs of a blocked sewer line. Toilet blockages can be common However, if they grow more frequent, it may be due to a bigger issue with your main sewer line. Regular inspection and maintenance of the plumbing system could prevent sewer line clogs.