Have you noticed your drainage system has started to slow down? Perhaps you’ve been hearing a gurgling sound coming from your toilet bowl. Don’t let these little nuisances turn into major problems requiring expensive repairs. Act now! Tree roots are usually the culprit behind sewer line damage. Thousands of feet of tree roots seeking moisture can invade your sewer line. Older clay tile pipes are most susceptible, but even concrete and PVC pipes are not prone to tree root penetration. Broken or clogged sewer lines can also occur due to objects lodged in your line. Extreme temperature changes and general deterioration may also cause sewer lines to buckle or break. Even simple ground shifting or improper installation can lead to problematic misalignment.