All sewer systems require periodical sewer pipe cleaning and maintenance to prevent clogged sewer lines.
Some sewer clogs may only be temporary. They stop the flow and let water “weep” through solids. Other sewer clogs create a sewer spill. This happens when the water backs up and spills at the lowest point into manholes, clean-outs, or plumbing systems inside buildings.
Sewer cleaning is also necessary before CIPP can be installed to make sure the host pipe is clean of any debris, such as tree roots. During sewer cleaning, a jetter, a high pressure water jet, clears any obstructions to your pipes, to get them ready for repairs.