Underground pipe damage can wreak havoc on your plumbing system, resulting in costly repairs and inconvenience. However, many homeowners often wonder if plumbers are able to fix this problem without having to dig up their yards. So, is underground pipe damage repair an option, and what does it entail?
Firstly, it's important to note that not all pipe damage can be fixed remotely. In some cases, the damage is too severe, and the only way to repair it is by digging up the yard and replacing the pipe entirely.
Clogged-up toilets can occur for many reasons. In some cases, it may be possible for you to deal with the issue yourself and your toilet will begin working again as normal. In other situations, you may face a more serious problem with a blockage in the wastewater pipe. If so, then it may be best to call out an emergency plumber. If not, you could find that the problem gets worse and worse with the eventual outcome of raw sewage from neighbouring properties flowing back into your home via your toilet.