If you want to keep your house clean and free from stinking drainage, then it is important for you to know few important details about sewers. There are many types of wastewater pipes and storms available for a home. Each of these pipe systems can have different types of drainage problems, and each problem requires different way of cleaning and cleaning stoppages. You may want to find San Diego plumbers to help you deal with the drainage problems. Let’s first look at the types of waste lines for a house:
Kitchen sinks waste lines
Toilet waste lines
Tub waste lines
Shower waste lines
Laundry waste lines
What are the reasons for blockage in sewers or waste lines?
There are many reasons behind the blockage in a sewer or a waste line. Due to this, sometimes it becomes impossible to guarantee a completely free flowing drain even after the rodding work done by a plumber. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be cleaning it at all. A regular cleaning of the drainage line is important to avoid serious blockage in the drain, which can be very annoying. So, here are few reasons why the blockage occurs in the waste line of your home:
There might be tree roots growing into the waste line
The waste line might have heavy amount of grease deposited from your kitchen sink
You might be disposing of garbage in an improper manner
There might be yard or mud waste entering sewer lines
You might have flushed down sanitary pads or other improper items
The sewer line might be broken already without your notice and thus, have caught waste flowing down
There could be many reasons behind a blockage of the sewer line. Many problems in the waste or sewer lines are results of one problem. This means, one problem in the sewer line may result in another and so on. As a result, calling a plumber becomes the only option for you to fix the waste lines to make it work effectively.
How can a plumber clean the sewer line?
You may feel that cleaning the sewer line is all about inserting the rodding equipment and switching on the machine. In reality, it goes much beyond than that. A qualified plumber knows how to do it properly without causing any further damage to the sewer line. He will first diagnose the problem and tell you the solution. Here is how he will be fixing the sewer line:
He will first find the drain that is showing the signs of a sewer stoppage
He will then determine which fixture is served by the blocked line
He will then decide if the blockage is in a trunk line or a branch line
Then, he will decide the best location to start the rodding from
After that, he will decide if he can handle the work alone or need a second person to help rod to prevent damage to your property, while rodding
After this, he will carry out the task and fix the problem within the sewer lines of your home.