When water backs up out of a floor drain, it usually means there is a clog in the drain line, not the floor drain itself. When there is a clog in the main building drain and water is run down a drain from an upper fixture, water will back up in the drain line until it finds somewhere else to [...]Read more 3 Common Causes of Drain Backups
Smelling sewage gas inside your home is never a good sign and is almost always related to a plumbing problem. Residential plumbing systems are designed to direct naturally-occurring hydrogen sulfide up out of the building through a vent system. When gases that are supposed to go out are coming [...]Read more Why Do I Smell Sewage In My Home?
Your main sewer line is the plumbing line that channels the waste from toilets, tubs, and sinks out of your home, toward the main sewer under the street in front of your home. Sewer lines connect to your city’s plumbing system, but unfortunately you, as a homeowner, are mainly responsible [...]Read more Camera Line Inspection: Find Out What’s Wrong With Your Sewer Line