Sewer line issues are more than just a stench problem for companies. A broken or blocked sewer line can disrupt operations and may even compromise the safety and health of the building's residents and guests. Commercial property owners are responsible for the maintenance of the pipes that connect their property to the main sewer line of the municipality which is normally located near the curb or on the sidewalk.
Building owners must take proper care of this less obvious portion of their property. Inadequately or unmaintained drains and sewer pipes may cause flooding or even contamination of groundwater and pose a significant environmental threat. You can also hire Sewer Line Maintenance services for better results.
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The most frequent sewer and water line issues are:
Shifts in the underground. Pipes are damaged due to ground settlement or shifting soil, prolonged freezes, or drought. Conditions in the climate could mean that pipe pipes can be more vulnerable to damage than other geographical areas, particularly in an area that experiences extreme dry or cold conditions.
Blockage. Grease and/or foreign objects may cause accumulation or hinder the flow of lines.
Corrosion. Deterioration of pipes can result in cracks, leaks, or even broken pipes decreasing flow and increasing the chance of environmental hazards.
A reliable commercial plumber who makes use of the latest technology and equipment can perform repairs and tests without causing interruption to your business and at a good price for the money.