Deteriorate laterals allow root intrusion and infiltration of groundwater into the sewer system


Laterals can and will deteriorate over time, allowing root intrusion and infiltration of groundwater into the sewage system. Sometimes, the groundwater enters through cracks in the lateral but even more often, roots and ground-water enter the pipe through open joints. This ground water is sometimes referred to as “clear water” (even though it may be dirty) to differentiate it from household sewage. Water & Sewer Clear water infiltration into in a house

Is Your Sewer Line Clogged with Tree Roots? Get Repairs Today from NJ Plumbers


NJ Sewer Tree Roots Removal & Sewer Repairs Clogged sewer line with tree roots?  Call us today at A1 Sewer & Drain Services at 201-645-0888 Remedies to unclog or remove tree roots Is your sewer pipe clogged? If so, the problem might be tree roots growing inside it.   Tree roots love to invade sewer lines, quickly blocking off water flow and causing clogs, sewer backflow, and other plumbing problems. At A1