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Question DetailsAsked on 5/20/2011

Looking for a plumber

I have been having sewage problems for quite awhile. I must have a plumber snake my in house sewer line about every 6 months. I first had the floor dug up and the stack raised because I was told it was too low (didn't solve the problem). The next time a hole was dug in the floor near the bathroom in the basement and a part of the pipe was replaced. I was told the pipes were too level and did not have enough pitch (1/4 inch slope per foot). When the toilet is flushed upstairs, the sewage would come down but gradually flow backwards and lay in the pipe, eventually causing the backup into the pipe leading to the bathroom in the basement.I would need the floor dug up and the pipe replaced at the correct pitch.I have been trying to find a plumber to fix ths problem but have not been successful. The few that I have contacted have not returned to do the job.

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