We have a root showing contest happening here in the office.
Let me explain.
When roots enter the sewer lines, they cause backups. We send our guys out to nab the problem. Most of the time, these roots come out in bits or are pushed through to the city main. In some cases, such as these, they snap a photo for our wall of fame.
Brian’s Big Root
Brian’s root came from a storm drain. It took him about 4 hours to clear it out of the line. Another company suggested using a high-pressure water sewer jetter, but it is the blades on the machine that get these root snakes out of the line.
Bill and John’s Big Root
Bill and John wrestled a Lock Ness-size root-ster from a commercial drain line. Preventative maintenance does save money in the long run. Hours of work by two men to clear the line once could have been prevented with annual cleanings.
Mark’s Nasty Root
This clog was a blend of waste entangled in roots. It impacted the line so completely, it couldn’t be removed. The line was dug up and replaced. Again, regular maintenance could have prevented this repair. The home was occupied by a single woman who never cleaned the line.
Tom’s Fat Root
Tom pulled a root from a residential sewer line that was causing a severe sewer line back up. The client hadn’t had the line ran in over a decade. Tom battled them until they finally came, kicking and screaming, out of the line. Cleanings and root destroying product used 1-2 times per year could have prevented this nightmare. We recommend RootX.