|Posted by hj on July 26, 19100 at 00:39:00:|
|In response to Re: SEWER LINE, PLEASE HELP|
Once the tree is planted, it is almost too late to dig it up. Roots can be a problem for up to 20 years, (or more), after a tree is cut down. Unless the roots have grown around the pipe and crushed it, the most likely spots for their ingress is either at the house or at the connection to the city sewer at the property line.
: I ASKED YESTERDAY ABOUT MY ROOTS GETTING INTO MY SEWER LINE. IN YOUR PROFESSIONAL OPINION, WOULD YOU EITHER TRY TO FIND THE SECTION OF THE PIPE THAT THE ROOTS ARE GETTING INTO OR JUST CUT DOWN THE TREE? THE TREE IS VERY CLOSE TO THE HOUSE SO I AM ALSO CONCERNED ABOUT IT GETTING INTO THE PIPES UNDER THE HOUSE. I LIKE THE TREE A LOT BUT I WANT TO DO WHAT WILL DEFINITELY SOLVE THE PROBLEM FOR I HAVE SPENT TOO MUCH MONEY ALREADY WITH CLEANING THE LINE OUT. THANKS
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