Common Problems in sewer lines-Pipe offset problems

Underground pipes are installed in sections or segments ranging from 2′ to 20′ or more. When connected sections do not line up perfectly with one another, they are referred to as being “off-set.” Sewer lines built from the 1800’s up…

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Common Sewer Line Problems

Common Problems in Sewer Lines – Tree root problems Tree roots are a very common problem for sewer lines constructed prior to the early 1980’s. This is because these sewer lines were built using VCT (vitreous clay tile) pipe.  Clay tile…

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How to choose a sewer contractor

All is running smoothly when your plumbing is functioning. Problems can come up in new homes as well as older homes. If you don’t tackle the problem, it can accelerate to bigger problems. You need to call a professional. But,…

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Dear Potential Customer of Hydro Physics, Not too long ago I had my sewer drainage pipe roto-rooted and scoped by a plumber in town.  He said we had a breach in the line and that we would need to have the…

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