Unless you are a particularly knowledgeable Do It Yourselfer, you probably don’t know too much about sewer line repairs. For instance, Angie Hicks of Angie’s List recently found that even 78% of the users on a home improvement site had never heard of trenchless plumbing, the standard technology for sewer line repair.
So far as most homeowners are concerned, when you empty a drain or flush a toilet, the waste simply gets flushed away for good, never to be seen again. Unfortunately, out of sight doesn’t always mean out of mind. Because if you have a clog or root intrusion messing up the sewer line under your property, you could very well find your sewer backing up into your home. And, yes, that’s exactly