Sewer Backup


The sound of water can be soothing unless the water is running somewhere; it shouldn’t be like in your house, in your basement. There are many reasons that unwanted water can end up getting into your home. One Dangerous common cause of water damage is overflow when water starts overflowing, and it gets back into your home, and the clean-up process will be extensive and costly. A Sewer backup occurs when something blocks the normal flow of water from your home pipe to the city sanitary pipe, and that time sewage starts to backup in your house; many factors can cause that.

  • Too much rainwater
  • Too much melted snow entering the sewage system.
  • Tree roots entering sewage lines
  • Blockage in city sanitary
  • Sump pump failure
  • Blockage in sewer Pipes
  • Broken or collapsed sewer lines

There are Some methods you can prevent your backup flow, so first of all, don’t treat your toilet like a Dust bin. Don’t throw anything more significant which cannot pass through the sewer lines. Flush the only items which are Flushable.

Commonly, you may not recognize the signs of Sewer backup, so contact us if you notice these signs:

  • Bad smell coming from your drains.
  • When more than one drain is clogged
  • Seepage at basement floor drains
  • The toilet isn’t flushing properly.
  • Bubbling after flushing the toilet

All of these signs are for sewer backup. If you notice sewage flowing into your drains, toilets, bathtubs, or showers, it’s probably safe to say a sewer backup is already coming on in full force.

The best way to avoid Sewer backup is to stop using water turn off the water supply and give us a call. We can help you solve the problem. Give us a call, and our Professional Plumbers will Inspect the issue and solve the issue properly. Our Plumbers will Inspect whether the problem is in the main Sewer line or the problem is in your pipe.