Do you have problems in your sewage pipes?

Do you suspect your sewer pipe might be blocked or damaged? The following are some tell-tale signs that mean you might be experiencing this issue:

1) Wastewater backing up

A backup usually occurs at the lowest point in a channel. Experiencing water backing up is usually the result of a blockage somewhere along the network of pipes. Should there be a backup each time water is run into your sink or bathtub, the problem is probably with your main sewer line because all the drains depend on the sewer mains. However, if a single drain backs up, your problem may be isolated to that channel. Get assistance with Blocked Drains Essex from 3flow drainage, a leading Blocked Drains Essex company.

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2) The smell of sewage

If you smell sewage in or around your house or building, it is a telling symptom that there may be leaks somewhere in the system. Efficient piping must be airtight everywhere. This means that you do not have to smell the sewers unless there are gaps or holes.

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3) Mould Problems

In addition to the smell of sewage, fungal growth can also be a sign of a leak in the sewer pipe behind the wall. Some moulds only need an environment with more than 55% moisture to start growing. With this in mind, a broken sewer pipe behind the wall can increase the humidity level to a point where there are visible problems with mould. If you notice unusual fungal growth in your home with an unpleasant odour, it may be the result of damaged sewage drainpipes.

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