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Leak Detection

Whether it’s simple human error or something more complicated, drain and sewers can stop functioning properly for many reasons.

For instance, sewer lines can shift over time from the ground’s normal expansion and contraction or from weather, root growth, landscaping, or foundation issues/repairs. These shifts can cause cracks, breakage, or just enough damage to cause the line to sag and create a “belly” that slows down the drain and eventually leads to a permanent blockage. These types of service interruptions are serious, as they can only be fixed by digging or tunneling under a home.