It is important that, at the first sign of a sewage or plumbing problem in your home, you address it.
Allowing your home’s plumbing system to fall into disarray can mean disaster for your home, and over time can cause structural damage that can significantly reduce the value of your home.
This page will hope to tell you a few common home sewage and plumbing problems that you should be aware of.
By knowing what these problems are, you will be able to recognize them should they occur, thereby meaning you will be able to act quicker and address the problem immediately.
Here are a few common home sewer problems that you should be aware of.
Leaky pipes are a problem that many of us will encounter during our lives. It is often caused after a blockage goes unchecked and causes pipes to burst and begin to leak.
Leaky pipes can be a big problem and can lead to mold growth and structural damage to the interior of your home.
If you have a leak or damage in your pipes and a source for it is not immediately apparent, it may be time to reline your pipes.
Pipe relining is done by filling the drainpipe with a resin that begins to cure, and as it cures over time, begins to fix and repair, as well as solidifying the inside of your pipe.
It is a much cheaper alternative to digging up your pipes and having them repaired by hand, although the costs of relining can still be moderately costly.
Pipe relining, however, the lesser of two evils, and an economic and effective way of repairing your drain pipes.
A blocked drain is another problem we will all encounter, and one we have likely all encountered before.
Blocked drain pipes can be a massive nuisance and can be very difficult to isolate the cause of and repair. Although there are some cleaning hacks you can try with minimal cost and effort.
Slow Draining Sink
Often, a slow draining sink will be the precursor to a blocked sink. If you notice your sink draining slowly, you will have time to quickly address the problem and fix whatever is causing it or blocking it.
By acting quickly, you can save yourself the problem of dealing with a blocked sink.
Low Water Pressure
Low water pressure is a real nightmare. If you notice your water is not running out of the tap as quickly as it might have before, then contact a plumber.
Low water pressure can lead to burst pipes and internal problems with your home’s plumbing system.
Running Toilet Water
If you notice that water begins pooling around your toilet – contact a plumber.
This can happen because of a burst pipe or a leaky pipe but is especially problematic as sewage and waste will drain from your toilet. Have this fixed urgently – as it is a health risk.
Now, with the help of this page, you know a solution and a few problems that may arise within your plumbing or sewage system. It is best to deal with these problems immediately, as they can cause much bigger problems if left unchecked.