Trees send out feeder roots to seek moisture and food and will enter a cracked or clay pipe underground. Tree roots thrive on the humidity and warmth of the pipes.
Take a look around your property to see if there are any large trees that could be causing the problem. A small scale tree root invasion in your drains can be a quick fix, but if left, can cost a lot of money for drainage dig up and repairs if left untreated.
Cutting down a tree will not solve the problem as the tree roots will continue to grow.
Our tree root cutting services is guaranteed for 6 months.
Signs to look out for that indicates you have tree roots in your drains and need a drain unblocker are: