Sewer inspection or sewer treatment are necessary to maintain a hygienic atmosphere. It is the inspection of lateral sewer line that stretches from the house out to sewerage system. Since it carries all the waste material, any fault in the pipe could mean major and significant cost to the homeowner.
Septic tanks require continuous monitoring and maintenance to avoid any hazardous bacterial growth, or unwanted smell. It may give rise to gaseous or other dangerous materials if left untreated for long periods of time. A problem of foul smell may accompany any septic issues, which creates irritability and a sense of adulterated environment.
A sewer or septic tank inspection may be beneficial while buying a new house or building a new home to counteract any defects within the sewage pipes. For instance, the pipes may get blocked by concrete, grout or growth of water loving shrubs. These materials may harden the pipe and create immense blockage and major expenses down the road. This inspection is a necessary step to confirm the proper functioning of sewer system for the years to come.
Here are Graydon Faulstick Plumbing’s’ top 3 major benefits for a regular sewer inspection:
Septic/Sewer Inspections are typically inexpensive
Sewer and septic tank inspections are relatively less expensive and can be done regularly. This helps to ensure that problems and disruptions do not occur. If you wait until a problem shows, or you have or horrific smell coming from your pipes, the ultimate replacement of all pipes may become a major burden on your budget.
Attraction of roots towards sewer lines:
The roots of trees and shrubs generally grow towards the tiny pipe junction openings and penetrate into them. With the passage of time, these roots grow into your sewer lines and can even burst it. We highly recommend that any pipes lined near plants or greenery areas should be inspected regularly to maintain a healthy septic system.
Natural wear & tear
Everything ages with time. As so is true with your pipes. Old pipes may become rustic or even weakened over time. This is why we recommend regular inspections to prevent any cracks or bursts in the piping of your septic system.
Our team at Graydon Faulstick Plumbing in the heart of Poconos in PA is highly motivated to respond to customers seeking sewer treatment. Call us to schedule an appointment for a thorough survey of your sewer system today!