Plumbing problems can be a nightmare to deal with for homeowners. Not only are they inconvenient, but they can get expensive as well, with costs running into the thousands of dollars for the most serious of issues.
Most homeowners will have to use a plumbing snake or plunger to remedy small issues at some point. However, plumbing systems are complex, and the biggest problems usually occur in the main sewer line or lateral line. While you won’t be able to fix those issues yourself, you can prevent disasters by bringing in a professional at the first sign of trouble.
Fortunately, there are red flags you can look for. This article summarizes 9 critical signs that your home sewer line is failing.