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Upon arrival customer had a main log clog with a previous plumbers cable snake broken off in cleanout. Located where root intrusion was and dug up and performed spot repair on break in pipe. Was also able to remove the broken off cable snake. After removing broke section of pipe I found that customers sewer main where it transitioned from 3”-4” abs was thin wall ABS from where I performed the repair to approximately another 35’ until it transitioned to clay pipe. Recommended replacing the thin wall ABS to avoid future issues in the future.
Was able to snake customers kitchen line and clear the clog. Performed camera inspection and noticed customer had large amounts of grease in the drain. Was able to get majority of it flushed out
Customers master shower cartridge was damaged. Replaced with new delta cartridge. Also snaked customers master shower drain. Removed a large amount of hair.
Upon further inspection I was able to determine that the water surfacing in customers bedroom closet was not a result of the plumbing Repair we did in the master bathroom. Checked customers meter, and meter was spinning which tells me he has a active leak. Once I shut the valve off to the pool meter stopped spinning. This line is located right outside of the window for the safe. I believe this line is leaking and causing the water to surface into the safe. Recommended calling a leak detection specialist to confirm.
Customer had large root intrusion under downstairs bathroom vanity that needs to be dug up and repaired. The repair was completed and new pipe was installed under bathroom vanity. A camera inspection was completed and an approximate 20 foot long belly was discovered further down the line. Customer was advised of the belly and state he would address the issue at a later time.
Cleared customers clog via snaking from downstairs shower drain. Customer has severe water damage to drywall and some cabinets. Recommended customer call his insurance and explain to them he had a soft clog in sewer line causing his shower to back up and flood out his downstairs bathroom to see if he has coverage for the resulting water damage. Upon camera inspection I also noticed customer had a root intrusion under bathroom vanity. Recommended removing vanity and repairing root intrusion for $4,000-5,000.
Located leak right along side of the jacuzzi. Dug down approximately 4’ to expose the line and noticed pvc line came up and entered the cement wall of the jacuzzi. In order to fix leak the concrete of the jacuzzi would need to be chipped away in order to expose the broke line which could cause damage to the jacuzzi. Recommend getting a pool specialist to re route line or repair the broken line.