Owning a home can be a lot of work, and the best owners not only stay on top of the current needs, but also look toward future projects as well. One of the most important systems in your home is its plumbing and sewer lines. A simple drain inspection is not always enough to anticipate the future work that might be required in your home.
Especially if you live in an older home, in an older neighborhood, you may need to watch for signs that could indicate future problems. In fact, if your sewer is 40 years old, it may already need replacing. There was a time that drain inspection that indicated a bigger problem and led to sewer work meant tearing up a yard and days or even weeks of a muddy mess. With today’s technology, however, the process can be much less invasive.
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