Many factors go into ensuring that your home is running smoothly. One of these is the condition of your pipes. It’s essential that they are in good, working condition so fresh water can be brought into your home and waste water can be disposed of properly. When a problem arises such as a leak or clog, not only does it inconvenience you, it can cause a lot of damage and cost a lot of money.
If your sewer line becomes damaged, it must be repaired. In some cases it may need to be replaced but before you dig up your yard call McNeill Plumbing to make that determination. We use a sewer line video process to inspect the pipes. These inspections can help find the cause of the problem which may be due to:
- roots that infiltrate the lines resulting in damage to the pipes or decreasing the flow,
- corrosion which can cause the line to collapse,
- broken or cracked pipes,
- leaking joints, or
- offset joints.