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The Importance of Regular Sewer Inspection

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Your sewer is responsible for flowing hair, soap, and grease away from your home. Over time and without proper maintenance, these elements can cause the drain to clog and move more slowly. Instead of waiting for your sewer to breakdown, an early inspection will save you time and money from an unexpected repair.

How do you know when you need an inspection?
If you have noticed sewer backups or tree roots growing by your sewer line, it might be time for an inspection. Technicians also recommend an inspection if you live in an old house, especially if it’s older than 20 years. A routine check-up on an older home will catch problems before they occur – possibly saving you thousands of dollars.

What does a plumber do during an inspection?
At Michael’s Plumbing, we only use the latest technology. We use a snake that’s attached to a small camera to go deep into your sewer line. The snake and camera record the footage on a small monitor, which allows the plumber to check for debris, pipe problems or blockages.

After the inspection, one of our plumbing experts will recommend the next steps depending on your sewer’s problem. This could include repairing your sewer line, cleaning it or relining it.

At Michael’s Plumbing, we care about the quality of your home’s plumbing. We are here to inspect, repair and clean your sewer – ensuring it’s working properly. Right now, Michael’s Plumbing is offering 5% off any sewer repair or replacement more than $300.

We know plumbing problems can happen at any time. That’s why we offer 24-hour service, seven days a week. If you’re having issues with your plumbing or sewage system, schedule an appointment online with Michael’s Plumbing and save $25.

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