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Main Sewer Lines
The main sewer line we are talking about here is the service line that comes off the city sewer and connects to all the drains in residential or commercial building. This is the drain that has to handle all the waste water flow from the whole building. All drains connect to this main line. Issues that can occur in the main line can include, root intrusion, pipe deterioration, ground shifting (causing the pipe to bulge or sag), breaks or cracks, or just general build up over time. All of these problems are treatable in one way or another. Treatments could include anything from using a proper drain cleaner to a full line replacement.
Secondary Drain Lines
The secondary drain lines in a residence or business include any drain line that branches off the main sewer line. This can include the kitchen, laundry, floor drains, and bathroom drains. All of these drains can accumulate gunky build up over time. These drains can be annoying and irritating when they slow down or stop draining completely. The older the building, the more build up is likely to be found in the secondary drains. Maintenance on these drains is important to keep everything flowing properly.
Hydro jetting is blasting high pressure water down a drain line to clean it out. Hydro jetting can be used to remove anything from roots to significant grease build up. It can clean the drain much better than a traditional snake can in many instances. Jetting is usually used in commercial applications or a residence that has a very long sewer line, but is not limited to just those. Having a drain line jetted can be very effective but should not be done in all situations.
Kitchen drains are commonly the most used drain in a house. If there is even the slightest problem in the drain line for the kitchen, it can cause the water to drain slow or even a back up. When this happens, the best course of action is usually to have the drain line snaked to restore proper flow. Depending on the material of the pipe, the drain pipe can rust or rot away, leaving a void in the bottom of the pipe. If the pipe is under ground, the only way to fix this is to expose the pipe and repair the compromised section. Using a proper drain cleaner can prevent this from happening in many cases.
The drains in the bathroom will include, the toilet, vanity, tub and/or shower, and possibly others if the bathroom is a custom design. Having any of these drains slow running or completely blocked is not fun to deal with. The most common cause for a slow or blocked bathroom drain is hair. Same thing with tubs and showers. Hair is a very tough substance. Once it has caused an obstruction in flow, the best way to remove it is by having the drain snaked. In some older homes, the pipe may not allow for a snake to be run through the drain. When this is the case, the drain line needs to be replaced.