Why is Root Cutting Important to the Health and Safety of Your Home’s Pipework?

Why is Root Cutting Important to the Health and Safety of Your Home’s Pipework?

Did you know that one of the most common destructors of your home’s drain and sewage pipes are roots? Tree roots can grow into minuscule cracks and crevices in your home’s pipework, then continue to grow, unbeknownst to residents, until it causes blockages and other big problems. Luckily, Clearline Sewer Repair offers root cutting pipe repair service, making it easier for residents to maintain the integrity of their home’s pipework.

Tree roots naturally seek and find points of moisture to continue growing through different seasons and inclement weather. Roots could be breaking into your pipework throughout winter when you’d assume that nothing grows. It’s important to schedule regular inspections to ensure your pipes are clear of roots and to ask for root cutting services when there’s the possibility of issues.

How Often Should Your Pipes Be Inspected for Damage?

Pipes should be inspected for preventative care and maintenance like any appliance or comfort element in and around your home. For homes built after 1960, you should call Clearline Sewer Repair for pipe inspections every two years, at least. For homes built before the 1960s, annual inspections are encouraged.

Older homes often use different pipe materials than homes built after 1960. For that reason, some pipework could be nearing the end of its life, resulting in issues that could be diagnosed and repaired with proper inspections.

Bonus – We at Clearline Sewer Repair strive to educate our customers about their home’s pipes. You can learn a lot by simply asking questions and listening to the advice and knowledge of our experienced staff.

Clearline Sewer Repair Has You Covered!

For more information about the services we offer at Clearline Sewer Repair, like root cutting pipe repair service, contact us at 206-637-0965. Our experienced professionals have the knowledge and expertise required to answer any questions you may have about your home’s pipework.