It is bad enough to have one clogged drain in your residential, commercial, or industrial property, however when the entire sewer line is clogged it’s a recipe for disaster. In essence, a clogged sewer line can easily cause major issue throughout the entire property instead of causing issues to only one particular pipe. That is why it’s so important for you to recognize when a clogged sewer line is beginning to develop. At this point you may be asking yourself, how can you tell if you have a clogged sewer line? The good news is that there will be some obvious warning signs; you just need to be aware of what they are, and then look for them.
For example, if you are experiencing several back ups at once, chances are high that you have a clogged sewer line. In order to verify this, if you have a toilet, tub, shower, or sink that simply is not draining or working correctly, you should check the other fixtures in the building to see if they are working and draining properly. The bottom line is that if all the fixtures are not working correctly than the sewer line may very well be the problem. If that is the case, do not attempt to plunge or snake the sewer line yourself. If you do, it may cause additional problems. It is well worth hiring a professional to fix your clogged sewer line.
Another telltale sign that you have a clogged sewer line is when the plumbing fixtures are reacting in an unusual way. For example, when someone flushes a toilet and the water begins to come back up through the sink drain, you may very well have a clogged sewer line. In addition, if you or anyone else in the building begins to notice that there are weird noises and unpleasant odors coming from the drains and or plumbing fixtures, you may very well be experiencing a clogged sewer line. Drainage in the sewer clean out is yet another sign of a clogged sewer line.
That means if you notice any raw sewage in the sewer cleanout or draining out of the sewer cleanout, you have a problem. If you are unfamiliar with the sewer cleanout and don’t know how to find it than it’s time to learn more about it. The sewer cleanout is actually a pipe that connects directly to your property’s the main sewer line. It provides plumbing professionals with an easy access point that is typically used to clear out any blockages within the line. It may be located in the basement of the property or right outside near the foundation. Sewer cleanouts usually contain a cap that is marked with the words sewage, cleanout, or sewage cleanout.
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