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What Causes a Sewer Backup in Your Basement?

Chad Vanvari
Publication date:
May 8, 2018
Article Summary: 

The blog post discusses the causes of a sewer backup in a basement. The post explains that sewer backups can occur due to a blockage in the sewer line caused by debris, tree roots, or grease buildup. The post also provides information on how to prevent sewer backups, including regular sewer line maintenance and avoiding flushing inappropriate items down the toilet. The post emphasizes the importance of addressing sewer backups promptly to prevent further damage.


sewer backup, basement, causes, blockage, debris, tree roots, grease buildup, prevention, sewer line maintenance, inappropriate items, damage.

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Chad Vanvari
What Causes a Sewer Backup in Your Basement?
May 8, 2018
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