San Diego Sewer Inspection Company Expert Tips Keep Pipes Flowing

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Xtreme Drainworks and Leak Detection Explains the Importance of Conducting a Sewer Line Inspection

Most people don’t think about their sewer line until there is a problem and when there is a problem it cannot be resolved fast enough. No one wants to live with backed up sewage in their home. Sewer lines often go neglected. A sewage inspection is not included in a standard home inspection. Conducting a sewage line inspection before purchasing a home can save you thousands of dollars.

“The main sewer line is the pipe that connects from a home or business to the city lines or a septic tank. Every drain in a home or business connects to the main sewer line. It then carries the water out to the city connection or septic tank,” explains Brian Salinas, owner of Xtreme Drainworks and Leak Detection.

“If there are reoccurring stoppages, it is possible that there are root intrusions, corrosion build up, sagging in the pipe, a separation or even a break in the pipe,” said Brian. The biggest problems with sewer lines are tree root invasion. Tree roots are drawn to damp areas and come in through small cracks in the pipe and as the roots grow they expand the pipe, causing it to burst and rupture. They expand and block the sewer lines.

The most common way to fix the problem is have a professional skilled at unclogging drains come out to perform a camera inspection. This process is performed by inserting a fiber optic camera into the pipe, in order to visually inspect it. The cameras have radio transmitters to pin point and locate the problem area. “By performing a camera inspection the problem can be immediately identified and take all the guess work out of the question by finding a permanent solution to those uncomfortable back ups,” said Brain.

Xtreme Drainworks not only offers solutions for sewer lines but also fixes clogged kitchen or bathroom sinks, plugged garbage disposals, showers and bath tubs, toilets, washer and floor drains, or a grease trap in a restaurant. Available 24/7 and well-known for their expertise, skill, affordable prices, and great customer service, this company can take the frustration out of drain clogs.

For more information call (877) 987-3633 or, visit their website

About Xtreme Drainworks

Owner Brian Salinas has been in the drain cleaning industry for more than 12 years and has the knowledge and skill to fix annoying and frustrating drain clogs. Xtreme Drainworks specializes in drain cleaning services only, not plumbing repairs. Therefore, customers can be assured they are there to clear the drain and not sell any unnecessary parts or repairs. They proudly serve San Diego County.

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