The most common signs of trouble with your sewer lines include:
- Frequent backups in drains and toilets throughout your home
- Smell of mold, mildew, or sewage in your yard
- Unexplained soggy patches in your yard
- Increased pest activity around your home
If you notice any of these signs, call for sewer inspection right away. It is better to have your sewer pipes checked and find no issues than it is to miss a problem while there is still a chance for sewer repair. Fixing sewer pipes is always easier than fully replacing them. In many cases, sewer replacement requires digging trenches on your property, which is time-consuming and expensive. Sewer repair, on the other hand, can save you both time and money, so it is in your best interest to act as quickly as possible if you suspect any issues.