Your home's sewer is connected to the sewer main (a large pipe often running under the street) via a pipe known as a Sewer pipe that extends from your home, across your property, and into the sewer main. Responsibility for maintenance of this Sewer pipe varies from community to community. But in most cases, the homeowner is responsible for the line at least out to the property line.
Blockages in the Sewer pipe are always bad news for the homeowner. Blockages can cause the flow of waste from the home into the sewer main to slow or stop completely. When this happens, sewage can overflow from the lowest opening in the home; for example, a downstairs toilet or shower or your basement drain.
Is your Sewer pipe at risk of tree-root invasion?
Depending on the age of your home, your Sewer pipe may be made of tile, cast iron, concrete or plastic. Regardless of material, your Sewer pipe is filled with water and other nutrients that make it an attractive target for tree roots. Over the years, earthquakes and shifting soil can cause the Sewer pipe to move, often creating cracks. Once roots find moisture, they'll grow right into the pipe itself. That means you may be in for expensive plumbing repairs. Of course, it's best to avoid this unhappy circumstance avoiding sewer problems ! You can help by doing sewer maintenance
Have your Sewer pipe rodded to keep your lines opened.
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