Don’t Miss These 5 Signs That Your Sewer Line Needs Cleaning

Your sewer line has an important job of carrying wastewater away from your home. We tend to take for granted that they will always be able to perform their job without any issues, which could quickly escalate to the need for a costly repair. At Curt & Jerry Sewer Service, our professional plumbers have the experience and expertise to completely cut away any blockages you may have if you find yourself faced with any repugnant problems. Let’s discuss five unmistakable signs that a sewer line cleaning is in order at your home.

Sewer Line Diagnosis: 4 Common Issues You Might Face

Underneath the surface of your home is a network of pipes that serve the important purpose of transporting wastewater out of sight and out of mind. However, any issues that plague your sewer line can quickly bring your plumbing system to the forefront of your mind and senses. At Curt & Jerry Sewer Service, we can diagnose your sewer line issue before it leads to a drastic problem, such as backing up sewage into your basement. Let’s take a look at four common sewer line issues we see that might be the cause of your problem as well.

Prevent Frozen Sewer Line This Winter With These 4 Tips

A winter wonderland outside your window may be picturesque and serene, but it can quickly lead to a nightmare in the form of a frozen sewer line. This phenomenon can wreak havoc on your home and property, especially if the line bursts. Curt & Jerry Sewer Service can find issues and resolve them, but preventing them in the first place is always the best way to go. Follow along for four tips on how you can prevent a frozen sewer line this winter.

Your First Line of Defense against Sewer Line Problems

A simple sewer cleaning can unfortunately sometimes end up being a larger issue than originally anticipated. Sewer line problems can be costly and damaging, and not something that you want to face as a homeowner. Curt & Jerry Sewer Service offers sewer camera inspections that will provide you with critical information, uncovering the root of whatever you may be dealing with. We’ll go over some sewer line issues that we have been able to identify through our camera inspections, which demonstrate the value and necessity of this fact-finding service.

Why You Might Need Septic Tank Pumping

A septic tank is one of those things that may not be on your mind until you have a problem. While they are an efficient way to manage wastewater from your home, they do require routine maintenance to ensure they are functioning as they should be. Consider septic tank pumping from Curt & Jerry Sewer Service to ensure your tank is doing its very important job and can function efficiently for years to come. Let’s explore why you may need to have your septic tank pumped and what exactly that will accomplish.

4 Ways to Know if Your Sewer Drain Is Blocked

Problems with your sewer line are always unpleasant and can cause a headache for homeowners. Circumstances can happen over time that cause your sewer drain to become blocked, and it’s important to recognize the signs that you may have an issue. Fortunately, Curt & Jerry Sewer Service specializes in drain and sewer cleaning to get your pipes flowing freely when you have a problem. Let’s discuss four signs that your sewer drain is blocked and needs to be cleaned out. 

4 Common Myths about Septic Systems

Maybe you’ve been searching for a home near Fishers that offers plenty of land and privacy but that’s nowhere near the busyness of the city. You may have even found a home that checks off everything on your needs and wants list, but you’re concerned because it has a septic system. Curt & Jerry Sewer Service can ease your worries and reassure you of septic systems’ value for homeowners in rural areas. Let’s take a look at four common myths about well-maintained septic systems.Myth #1: Septic Systems Contaminate WellsThere’s little to no chance that a properly-installed septic system will contaminate your well. Regulations require septic tanks installed at least 50 feet from water sources. A sewer camera inspection can verify if the septic system has been correctly installed or if there’s a potential for contamination.Myth #2: Septic Systems Are UnreliableThe truth is that septic systems are as reliable as public … Continued

3 Circumstances that May Require a Sewer Camera Inspection

It can be difficult to know if your home requires a sewer camera inspection, especially when there are no obvious reasons to schedule one. At the same time, you don’t want to be surprised when an underground pipe breaks and causes major damage to your property. Curt & Jerry Sewer Service has conducted expert sewer camera inspections across Greenwood for decades. Beyond known issues with sewer lines, your home may require a sewer camera inspection under these three circumstances. 1. If the Distance between Your House and the Street Is SignificantThe lateral sewer connection is where your home’s sewer line meets the city’s main sewer line. When this lateral connection spans a large distance between your house and the street, there’s great potential for a lot of underground movement. Over time, soil settles along the sewer line and causes pipes to belly or be offset. A belly is a low pipe … Continued

Avoid Sewer Line Trouble with These 4 Preventative Tips

Sewer line issues can cause more than a minor inconvenience. They can lead to major damage, expensive repairs, and non-working toilets, showers, and sinks. No one wants to be without their bathroom for long periods of time. To prevent these types of sewer line problems, Curt & Jerry Sewer Service recommends practicing the four preventative tips listed below.1. Use Biodegradable Bath TissueOne of the easiest ways to keep your sewer line clean is to use biodegradable bath tissue. Toilet tissue brands that are biodegradable will have a “septic safe” logo on them. Septic-safe bath tissue dissolves faster and requires less water to break down than other kinds of paper.2. Set Out Trash CansKeep trash cans near toilets and sinks to encourage their use. Items, other than septic-safe toilet tissue, that are placed in your sewer system can cause blockages and eventually result in clogged or inoperable sewer lines.3. Don’t Ignore … Continued

4 Steps to Preventing Sewer Line Replacement

If you’re having issues with your home’s sewer lines, you may be thinking that could lead to a complete sewer line replacement. Thankfully, there are many sewer line problems that can be repaired using affordable methods. If you’d like to avoid a sewer line replacement altogether, Curt & Jerry Sewer Service recommends following these four steps to keep your home’s plumbing in premium condition.1. Be Aware of Possible Sewer Line ProblemsWhen it comes to keeping your home’s sewer line damage-free, there are certain things you can and can’t control. Factors outside of your control include dangerous tree roots, extreme temperatures, and homes with old cast-iron plumbing. Luckily, you can control what is placed into your home’s drains, be it the kitchen sink, bathroom sink, or toilet. The only items that should be placed in the drains are water and toilet tissue. Anything else has the potential to cause a blockage … Continued