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    Is it not unusual for a house that has been vacant for 3 yrs to drain slowly and backup?

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    Re: Sewage backup

    Crud drys up in the lines and get hard & if the line had roots in it they will keep searching for their old water supply.
    So your answer is No its not

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    • #3
      Re: Sewage backup

      Thanks D, Plumber will be out today to snake drain. Crossing my fingers there is no break in the line.

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      • #4
        Re: Sewage backup

        that is the most common stoppage when the house sits empty.

        picture when a beaver is building a dam and no boaters are going by to destroy the dam.

        the beaver/ roots had a 3 year head start.

        also low flow toilets that don't flush out the waste to the city main. the waste will harden and create the start of a stoppage.

        without a track record of the house, system, just snake it and see what you find. roots are very common out here.

        rick.
        phoebe it is

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        • #5
          Re: Sewage backup

          yes. i had a few houses where one bathroom is not used for a period of time to have that part of drain system to be slow and/or stop. breid...............

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