You could install your own sewer cam and get a look however doing so would likely involve getting in to your sewer pipes which is best left to a professional. Call a plumber to look in to your pipes if he can't find anything install the cam while he's got the pipes open.
it is found in sewer pipes in the USA
Not normally even the connection to the public sewer is not covered
Need to install a sewer pump to pump the sewer up to the sewer waste line
No, it will destroy the pipe
With a wire brush.
Probably not, but where does the water from the sink and shower go and what sewer problems are you having?
Pipes. It is used for alot of underground storm, sewer or freshwater pipes by cities.
Clean out installed right angle of the direction of flow
3" - 6"
Yes it normally does.
Any tree that has long roots.
A sewer contractor repairs and maintains existing sewer lines in addition to constructing and installing new ones. These jobs can be for residential and/or business clients.
Yes, but with certain requirements as the water piping has to be higher then the sewer line among other code items
Sewage is whats in the sewer. Sewage is human waste, water, and even rainwater which collects via a sewer and then gets transported through pipes underground to sewage plants.
If the existing sewer line is lower than basement grade (does it go into the basement floor and out of the house?) you can just connect in to the existing drain. By code, sewer lines must have a slope of 1/4 inch per running foot, meaning that raw sewage will run AWAY from the main plumbing stack of the house. If the sewer line is ABOVE the level of the basement plumbing fixtures, you will need to purchase and install a pump check-valve, and tank to install any plumbing below the house sewer line. If you have any questions, contact a licensed plumber to find out the needs of your home.
Different kinds of pipe suitable for sewer lines.
Concrete and cast Iron pipes are made of cast iron and plastic piping systems normally use plastics
ceramic sewer pipes otherwise known as vitrified clay pipes (ethenware pipes) were used between the 1920's and 1980's. these types of pipes are not commonly used anymore due to the cost of material and labour intensity
Install a one way check valve in the line from the house to the sewer.
The easiest way and safest to thaw sewer lines is the use of a water Jetter with warm water NOT hot as you do not want to thermo shock the pipe
An animal such as rats.