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Regular inspections are essential for identifying potential issues before they escalate into costly repairs. We recommend scheduling a video inspection annually to assess the condition of your sewer and drain lines. However, if you're experiencing frequent issues or have an older plumbing system, more frequent inspections may be advisable.

Signs of septic system issues include slow drains, gurgling noises from drains, foul odors around your property, sewage backups, or lush, green patches of grass over the drain field. If you notice any of these signs, it's crucial to have your septic system inspected promptly to prevent further damage.

To prevent sewer line backups in your home:

  1. Don't flush non-biodegradable items down the toilet.
  2. Avoid pouring grease or oil down the drain.
  3. Install a backwater valve to prevent sewage from flowing back into your home.
  4. Regularly clean and maintain your sewer lines.
  5. Fix any tree root infiltration issues.
  6. Ensure proper installation and maintenance of your sewer system.

To prevent sewer line backups, avoid flushing non-biodegradable items such as wipes, paper towels, and feminine hygiene products down the toilet. Additionally, refrain from pouring grease, oil, or food scraps down your drains, as these can solidify and cause blockages. Regular maintenance, including scheduled inspections and drain cleaning, can also help prevent backups and keep your sewer lines flowing smoothly.

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