A clog in your sewer main line is a very big deal that requires professional services. We’re not trying to scare you -- we’re just trying to spare you the mess of needing to clean raw sewage in your home! To avoid that and restore the flow to your line, call TR Miller Heating, Cooling & Plumbing for sewer main line clearing services in Naperville, IL. A family-owned and operated company, we provide emergency services to make sure we can quickly remove the blockage from your line.
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When to Schedule Sewer Main Line Clearing Services
To prevent massive damage to your house and property from a clogged sewer line, you need to watch for signs that can indicate you need clearing services. Some symptoms are:
- Several drains backup when the toilet is flushed.
- Multiple drains are slowly draining.
- There are gurgling noises coming from the drains or the toilet when the toilet is flushed.
- Water is pooling near the floor drains.
What’s the Difference Between a Clogged Drain and Sewer Main Line?
When a plumber notifies you there is a clog in your sewer main line, you might immediately wonder how this is different from a normal clogged drain. The main difference is a blocked sewer main line is much more severe. Your sewer line takes all of the water drainages out of your house from your sinks, toilets, bathtubs, and more, through a single line. That means when this line is blocked, it can cause backups in all of your drains, not just one, like with a regular clogged drain.
If you suspect you have a clogged main sewer line, call TR Miller Heating, Cooling & Plumbing for clearing services.
When you need sewer line repairs in Naperville, call us to have our certified technicians do the work.
Why You Need a Professional to Clear a Main Sewer Line
While you might be able to snake a drain on your own when you have a clogged sink, clearing a main sewer line is not a DIY project. The main line runs outside of your house and connects to the main city line. That means any tools you can pick up at the local hardware or home improvement store are not going to reach the clog. Instead, you need to call in a professional. Technicians have specialized tools and can inspect the blockage for any other issues that need to be repaired.