Thursday, December 26, 2013

In Need of a Vactor Truck Rental? Clogged vs. Broken Sewage System

Problem sewers can pose a health threat not only to you and your family, but also to everyone else in your property. When your sewer pipes act up, the problem could be that, either your pipes are clogged up, or are broken. Here are some tips to help you size up your sewer problem so you can decide whether to hire a Vactor truck sewer cleaning service, or call for repairs due to a broken or leaky pipe. Signs of Clogged Pipes Check the drains in your home; observe and listen to how the water drains. If there seems to be a loud gurgling noise coming from the pipes, you might have a leak on your hands, and you should have it repaired as soon as possible. Broken Pipes: Municipal Sources When water backs up in your toilet or shower drain, you might a have broken sewage pipe. You might want to check with your municipality or city maintenance whether or not your area is experiencing a community-wide sewer backup.


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