For many homeowners, having any home issues can be disappointing. One issue that many homes may have is a septic clog. The septic is the main way that waste leaves your home and when it’s clogged, it can result in a backup. This can lead to waste finding its way back into your home. When an issue like this comes up, you need to call a company for sewer cleaning. How does sewer cleaning work though? Most of the battle is locating where the main clog is.
This will help the company to determine the best place to set up their equipment. Once the equipment is set up, they use a hose to force water through the blockage to get the waste flowing again. Not every blockage can be unclogged with a hose though. In many instances, a probe is required to move the waste around and separate it. Once the clog is pushed through, a test flush is required to make sure the line is clear. This can be from any home that utilizes that sewer line. It’s also a helpful step to go further down the sewer line and make sure the waste has properly broken up.