|Posted by hj on May 05, 2002 at 09:30:52:|
|In response to Re: roots|
Most sewer systems, unless they are fairly new, have roots in them somewhere. It is only a real problem when they require augering more than once a years. Normally you can go 2 years or more between augerings, until the roots finally get agressive enough to require more freqent service. At that time the sewer can either be replaced or, it the roots are localized, that section can be replaced.
: A couple weeks ago, there was a problom with my house drainage system. We hired a plumber to fix it. He did and also mentioned that the roots might be the reason. How severe it could be? Do we need to change the whole system? Is it very expensive? I'm really concerned.
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