|Posted by GregO on January 20, 2004 at 10:47:56:|
|In response to Re: Air in Pipes|
Please better explain the nature of your problem. What do you mean by water coming out of every pipe??? Snaking a toilet, vent, or drain isn't likely to cause any problems. You need to have an experienced plumber or two take a look (hopefully, when these "spurts" occur). You may eventually need a camera snake to look inside to better evaluate your drains. I would do some research such as asking neighbors if they've experienced similar problems.
: 2nd request
: Over a month ago I wrote and asked for advise about a plumbing problem. We had a clog in a third floor toilet. The technician pulled the toilet and used a varied of snakes ( very long ones). Since that time we have had water coming out of every pipe especially when there is no use for a number of hours ( as in morning). It is getting worse as time goes on. The plumbing company says they did nothing. We could use some help on what to do .....Thanks so much.