A main sewer line clog can lead to raw sewage backing up out of the drains. Not only is this a health hazard but it could lead to significant damage to your home or business. Here at No Worries Rooter, we understand how to respond to the symptoms of a main line backup and can prevent further damage and plumbing issues. Give us a call today at (480) 405-4497 for more info on main line sewer cleaning. See what some of your neighbors have to say about our superior Gilbert plumbing service!
Standing water in your shower, a clogged toilet, slow drains or sinks backing up throughout your home or business are all common plumbing problems that we all have to deal with from time to time. So when you find yourself with such a situation, give your local Gilbert drain cleaning experts at No Worries Rooter a call at 480-788-2564 for fast, valley wide service! We provide a full range of sewer and drain services to help remove whatever blockage may be in your drains, and restore the flow of water. And as always, our services are tailored to you and your needs. We aim to deliver complete satisfaction and a job well-done! Just take a look at our current customer reviews.
You rely on your plumbing system everyday. Whether it’s your home or business, you need the water to be flowing freely. So when sewer line problems arise, they can lead to more than just an inconvenience. In fact, sewer problems that go unchecked can turn into costly repairs or even the entire replacement of your main sewer line. Anytime you have a sewer line that’s clog, you should take it seriously. When the flow of water from your home or business is restricted, it will eventually will move back up through the system because the water will no longer be able to travel through the clogged pipe. Here are the signs and symptoms to look for if you suspect that you have a sewer line problem and are in need of a sewer line cleaning.
If you flush the toilet and you see water coming back up in the shower or tub, you most likely have a sewer clog. If there’s a clog in the line, and the toilet water is attempting to drain down the sewer, it’s forced to go elsewhere, and it usually shows up in the shower/tub, which generally sit at the lowest level.
Check the rate of running water in the sink that sits nearest to the toilet. You’ll be looking for trapped air. Turn on the water and let it run for a minute or two. Keep your eye on the toilet, and watch for the water level rising there or the presence of bubbles. At this point, you can eliminate a toilet problem as the cause, and safely assume sewer line problems.
When operating the washing machine, if water backs up into a shower or tub, a sewer problem may exist. Running the washing machine may also cause toilets to overflow, because water that drains from the washing machine gets backed up into the toilet lines. However, if you run your washing machine and can flush the toilets at the same time, and they aren’t backing up, y