Sewer blockages generally occur within your home’s pipes stopping the flow of sewage away from your house. The most common causes of blockages are tree roots penetrating the pipes, flushed tampons and baby wipes. The best practice is to only put human waste and reasonable amounts of toilet paper down the toilet. If you know you have a tree root problem, you should get those pipes replaced because it will continue to create a blockage problem over and over again. Call De Hart Plumbing for all your plumbing needs: 785-341-4193.
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