Repairing the broken roof tiles will help keep the ultraviolet rays of the sun off of the tile underlayment, which ultimately keeps the roof from leaking. Some systems depend on the roof tile as the primary method of keeping water out of the system. Even if you don’t use your chimney much, animals may make the flue their home or there may be other types of deterioration that may make the chimney unsafe. The most effective and economical way to reline your chimney is with a stainless steel chimney relining pipe. The most cost effective way to replace your chimney liner is to have a stainless steel relining pipe installed.
There are many online chimney liner stores who will tell you that installing a chimney liner is easy. A low area can be identified by seeing the sewer continue to hold water after the flow has stopped.
Low areas can be caused by a number of factors, such as: shifting soil, poor soil compaction, poor installation, or a broken pipe (usually at a joint) which is settling. There are also other factors which come into play when considering if a repair is needed (i.e. Keep in mind that in the best situation, sewers with a low area will need more attention than sewers without one.
Sewer lines built from the 1800's up to the mid 1980's were constructed using a large number of short sections, typically 2' to 4' in length, of VCT (vitreous clay tile) pipe.
We recently did a re-inspection after a well known drain cleaning company "documented" four 1" off-sets with an accompanying $14,800 repair estimate.
Tree roots are a very common problem for sewer lines constructed prior to the early 1980's.
With the advent of indoor plumbing in the late 1800's, clay tile pipe in 2-foot lengths was immediately adopted for use by plumbers to construct the new sewer lines.
When originally installed, plumbers "sealed" the numerous joints in the clay tile sewer line with materials such as concrete, coal tar, oakum, or rubber gaskets. If you are having a tree root problem, you can have the line properly "snaked" out for around $125-175 dollars. Flexi-Point or Point Works is trowelled over the existing sand and cement bedding and collars of the ridge caps.
Depending on the system, the availability of roof tile, and budget, we will determine the best course of action.
In the roof tile system where the underlayment is the primary method of keeping the roof from leaking, it is important to keep the underlayment protected. After the roof is cleaned is a good time to have it checked out, this way the roof gets put back together and not walked on for a while.

You should have your chimney inspected and cleaned at least once a year.  Keep animals out. Although gas is generally a clean burning fuel, the chimney can become non-functional from bird nests or other debris blocking the flue. Over time these tiles break down and crack due to several contributing factors, as seen in the above picture.  When this happens the chimney is no longer safe and needs a new liner. Sag or Belly) is where the sewer pipe has lost positive slope going to its destination, i.e.
Problems begin when incoming water is flushed down the sewer line, and it hits a "blockage" of standing water. Unfortunately, the only way to correct a low area is to excavate the affected area and re-install the pipe at the proper grade. If so, they may have documentation from prior plumbing service calls on the distance out that the clog was cleared. These sewer lines are particularly subject to off-sets due to their large number of joints. If a sewer line is being video inspected and the technician passes over what he is calling a "severe off-set" and suggests excavation work is needed…beware. These 2-foot lengths continued to be used until about 1930 when they were replaced by 3-foot or 4-foot lengths. Unfortunately, all these sealing materials deteriorate over time, allowing water to escape, beginning an underground "drip system" attracting tree roots. We have many discontinued roofing tile that we have collected over the years that we can use to repair your broken roof tile. Modern furnaces can also cause many problems with the average flues intended to vent the older generation of furnaces.
Severe low areas cause the water (along with the debris it is transporting) to lose speed and settle in the low area, eventually causing a clog. Since this corrective action is so extreme and often costly, it should only be corrected if it is truly causing an actual problem, not just "lacking perfection" for a short distance. This information, in conjunction with a camera inspection, may help determine if the low area is excessive. If we believe a slight low area(s) will not cause you an immediate problem, it may not even be mentioned on our report.
During construction, the joints were sealed with products such as concrete, coal tar, oakum, rubber gaskets, and on occasion, nothing at all. Clay tile pipe is a ceramic product dating back to the Roman aqueducts and is an ideal material for transporting water since it is inert.
These longer lengths continued to be used into the early 1980's when they were replaced by PVC or SDR plastic pipe and superior joint sealing systems.

By using the same size blade as the inner diameter of the sewer line, you will get the maximum root removal for your money.
That is when most people know something is wrong, because they found a piece of tile on the ground which made them look up. Modern high efficiency furnaces produces flue gases that are cooler in temperature and can form condensation on the inside of the chimney. As in the example to the right, harmful gases can easily leak thru the mortar joints into your home.  If you have a chimney without a clay liner it is not safe but you can make it safe by installing a Flex King stainless steel chimney liner. With rare exception, sewers flow by gravity to where it ties onto the city's main sewer and becomes their responsibility. It is always recommended by Hydro Physics® that you review your inspection results with a plumber of your choice to make the most informed decision possible based on your individual inspection. Over time, these sealants erode away, allowing the pipe to then settle down into the "hub" of a connected pipe creating a slight offset. In addition, many drain companies give a 90-day warranty on the cleaning work versus the industry standard of 30 days. If a line is properly installed, it will have a positive slope for the entire duration of its distance. We have documented hundred-year-old clay pipe which looks as if it were installed last month.
If tree roots are allowed to grow large enough, they will eventually break the clay tile pipe. If they don't offer you a 90-day guarantee without an additional charge, call somebody else. If you have a short and straight ascending chimney you may opt for a rigid chimney liner, the industry’s best liner. Inside the clay tile pipe joint, tree roots initially act as a filter, allowing water to pass through while straining out other products sent through the line.
Finally, keep in mind that many sewer and drain companies pay their employees on a commission basis, usually 25%-40% on all additional sewer line repair or replacement work sold. Clay tile pipe tends to leak water at the joints, making a wonderful water source for thirsty trees and shrubs. As soon as the roots have trapped enough material, all water flow is stopped, resulting in sewage backup. If they tell you the sewer line must be replaced because of tree roots alone, we would highly recommend you get a second opinion.

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