Common Sewer Problems and Solutions

Home and property owners have to deal with a variety of issues that pop up in the course of living in their home or working at their business. While some issues can be easy to fix, others are bound to cause frustration and stress. Any type of plumbing problem can quickly turn into a crisis, and sewer issues are especially stressful. 

If you own your home or commercial property, sewer problems can bring all activities to a screeching halt. Here are a few common sewer problems you may come across during your time of home or property ownership, and the solutions to keep things running smoothly.

Clogged Pipes

There is nothing more frustrating than having a clogged toilet, but it’s not just your toilet that can become clogged. Any pipe within your home can become blocked, leaving water with nowhere to go but out your drains. Most clogged pipe issues are easily solved with a quick visit from your friendly plumbing professional at Elk Grove Village Sewer and Plumbing. Typically, we can clear the clog without a problem and clear out any potential culprits for future problems, like tree roots or other debris.

Sluggish Drains

Common in homes and in commercial properties like restaurants, sluggish drains can be annoying and gross. We tend to see a lot of sluggish kitchen drains due to ineffective garbage disposals or incorrect disposal of hot grease that solidifies inside the pipe. Our team can clear out your drain to get it working properly again and make adjustments to prevent it from happening in the future.

Pipe Problems

Sometimes, the sewer line leading out of your home can become corroded or damaged. In cases like these, our team can diagnose the problem and then solve it with a minimal amount of disruption to your property.

If you are experiencing any sewer issues, now is the time to call the team at Elk Grove Village Sewer and Plumbing. Without our help, your small issue could grow into a serious crisis in a short amount of time. We look forward to serving you!

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