- March 17, 2014
-- Gene's Water & Sewer, Roseville-area sewer and water specialists, have several recommendations on how to avoid costly sewer system repair this spring.
They recommend being sure that you don't plant spring trees and shrubs too close to your sewer system. They say to find the layout of your sewer system and sewer lines first before you start planting anything so the plants' roots do not grow through the sewer system, which could lead to costly repairs. They recommend that you plant at least 10 feet away from the sewer system and lines to be on the safe side.
By taking these steps, residents can avoid expensive sewer system repair. Making sure you know where your sewer system and lines are is a very important first step to take before you start your spring planting and landscaping.
“We want to make sure that people know that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure when it comes to spring planting and their sewer system and lines,” says Eric Peterson, owner of Gene's Water & Sewer. “If we can help people avoid these costly mistakes and avoid expensive sewer system repair, we're happy to do so!”
Gene’s Water & Sewer serves Minnesota and Western Wisconsin, providing water and sewer pipe repair services using a variety of different methods. Learn more about preventing sewer system repairs by visiting http://geneswaterandsewer.blogspot.com/2014/02/preventing...