Why does my sewer back up so much?
There could be a variety of reasons why a sewer is backing up. There may be a break in the pipe or an older sewer with a pipe allowing root intrusion at the joints. It’s also possible something is getting flushed down the drain that shouldn’t, or it’s just bad plumbing. There may be an instance where a drain is not entirely cleaned; in other words, it’s getting opened back up. Working with a professional who can ensure a drain is completely open and solve any other issues is essential.
Plumbing issues, whether big or small, can be complex and potentially costly if not handled correctly. Professionals like Brian Wear, owner of Brian Wear Plumbing, bring years of experience and a deep understanding of plumbing systems, ensuring that problems are diagnosed accurately and fixed efficiently. “When we come out, we always camera every drain so we know it’s completely open and to check if there are any other problems,” Wear says. Not only will he fix the problem, but he will make sure his customers understand the entire process. “The best way to do this is to show the customer what you’re talking about and explain so they can understand. If the customer doesn’t trust you, it’s difficult for them to believe what you’re telling them,” Wear says.
At Brian Wear Plumbing, customers are made to feel like family. “We treat every customer like a neighbor because they are,” Wear says. Customers know that when they choose Brian Wear Plumbing, they are choosing quality, reliability and a trusted partner to address plumbing concerns.