Grease build ups on new home sewers ?
I have been in the same subdivision doing work on 4 different homes at least ¼-1/2 mile apart in my service area.
And all of these home are less than 5 years old.
And all share the same problem. Heavy grease build up. 70-90% blockage in the home under floor.
3”-4" PVC all home have back flow valves.
All are clean families. And swear they don’t abuse there sewers ?
It is money in the bank for me but I would like to give an answer as to why it keeps happening.
The plumbing in 3 of the 4 homes is all correct. no bellies or obstructions.
The only thing I can tell them as of now is.
I have been seeing this a lot the last few years, and I am contributing it to anti bacteria soaps and cleaners killing all the good germs and bacteria. And this is allowing the solids and waste to remain in the sewer. Also having low flow toilets is also a contributing to the problem by not allowing the waste to flush out of the system….
Any thoughts would be great
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