Can I have roots in my sewer line if I have no tree’s?

The bottom line about roots is that they spread and go in every which direction. It’s true, roots from that big maple tree across the street will eventually grow roots in your sewer line. The only way to remove roots from your sewer line is to maintain cleaning once a year. Just like going to the dentist or doctor your sewer line needs attention as well. Roots grow in almost every sewer line.
When it comes time to replace your sewer line roots will grow through your new PVC pipe eventually. Where ever there’s flowing water roots will find a way to reach that point. Annual cleaning will reduce the amount of root growth and control further shifting of the pipe. People that are lucky enough and don’t have roots in their sewer line should still clean their sewer line every eighteen months. Sludge, debris and much more that we throw down our own pipes builds ups and clogs the sewer. Ever wonder where is goes? Think again it all goes through that one pipe to the city main.
Having a professional drain technician clean your line with blades will scrap all the debris and scale that builds up and hardens around your pipe. Scale closes up the circumference of your pipe over time. Waiting until your basement floods, ruining your personal possessions, and backs up, can mean your pipe has been damaged already. Having a damaged pipe might mean more costly and repair work might be necessary. Hire a company that’s been around over thirty five years. Call Hiawatha Plumbing and set up an appointment for cleaning today!

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