Got a call from a customer from years ago up in Ohio. Told me that Duke Energy (local gas and electric company) that they were doing local inspections of the drain systems to see if their gas lines might of penetrated the sewer laterals.
Well, this fellow told me that the guy with the camera stated that his line was clogged, couldn't get the camera far down the line, and that "You should hire a plumber to drain clean the line, but only 30 feet out."
I'm thinking that the Duke Energy guy feels that possibly, possibly that their gas line has penetrated the sewer lateral and that is what is causing the backup.
If you all remember, a few years ago a plumbing company was rodding a drain and broke through a gas line that was bored through the sewer lateral, in Ohio, and Duke Energy made the mistake and "BOOM!"
Well, I don't have a jetter, and I don't want to go boom just because I was hungry for a buck.
What would you do?
I'm thinking of taking a pass, letting someone jet it as I don't want to take a chance if Duke energy is cautiously telling me not to go the full bore.