Root Destroyer Treatments Service in New Orleans
If your drain is experiencing constant clogging, you may need a professional root destroyer treatment. Root destroyer treatments are a powerful and efficient way to remove root growth, hair, food waste, and other organic matter from your drain. Root issues are a common problem in the plumbing industry, and Bienvenu Brothers has extensive experience in ridding homes and businesses of pesky roots. When there isn’t enough moisture in the soil, roots will search for other sources, such as sewers and drains. Plant roots can be incredibly and unexpectedly strong, and they can penetrate and destroy plumbing if not properly addressed.
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What Can Roots Do?
If you suspect you have roots in your pipes, drain, or sewer system, you will want to call a professional plumber for root destroyer treatments. Without proper attention, roots can cause a multitude of issues, including:
- Damaging piping, leading to contamination of water sources into your home or business
- Dying and decomposing roots causing a build-up of toxic and dangerous combustible gas
- Significant and costly pipe damage, leading to leaks and water damage
If you believe you may have an invasive root issue in your plumbing, don’t wait to call Bienvenu Brothers for help. Our root destroyer treatments can quickly and effectively target roots and organic matter, leaving your drains clear and working properly.
How do roots grow in sewer pipes?
A mature tree can add a lot of aesthetically pleasing features to your yard, along with a nice bit of shade for those warm summer months. However, their roots have been known to cause extensive damage to underground sewer pipes. These roots grow through the walls of the pipe, piercing the metal as if it were nothing but paper. When a root grows into the sewer pipe, it can cause blockages and backups. Depending on where the tree is located and where the pipes have been installed, it would not be difficult for the tree to begin growing down our out into the pipes themselves.
You must be careful and speak with an expert technician before installing pipes or planting a new tree where pipes are located. This is, unfortunately, one of the most expensive sewer maintenance and repair jobs encountered by customers. On private property, the homeowner is responsible for paying for the damages to the pipes.
How Root Destroyer Treatment Works
While our root destroyer treatments seem like magic, they actually consist of a simple process. The root destroyer treatment releases a chemical that is absorbed by the invading root. The agent in the chemical kills the root and prevents it from growing back again. Root destroyer is safe to use around trees, shrubs, and other vegetation that you may have in your yard or on your property. It only impacts the root of the plant that is invading the pipe, leaving the rest of the plant untouched.