The pipe halfway to the street was jammed

I told the client that this type of plumbing issue may happen again in the future, especially with a large tree care about that in the front yard

A client contacted the plumbing service where I work as well as I was assigned to help with a job… The residential client contacted us because the toilet in the master study room was not draining. The shower was not ringing either. This is usually a sign that there is a problem somewhere other than the actual bathroom, and both items drain to the same area. As soon as I arrived at the house, I spoke with the client about the problem as well as I investigated the master bathroom toilet as well as shower. The client authorized myself and others to use a special plumbing camera so I could see exactly where the problem was occurring, then i used almost 30 ft of camera before I finally came to the blockage. A tree root had been growing in the same section for a long time. The route was likely from the large oak tree as well as the customer’s front yard. The tree roots had grown so large that they were blocking the entire drainage pipe. I had to dig up the section as well as chop away the roots. I told the client that this type of plumbing issue may happen again in the future, especially with a large tree care about that in the front yard. This type of plumbing problem occurs frequently, especially when customers have outdated metal pipes that are rusty as well as falling apart. The slightest amount of pressure from a growing limb can often lead to immense problems as well as problems with the plumbing. The homeowner is certainly going to see a lot more problems care about these in the future without some intervention now.

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