The typical person likely doesn’t get enough iron in their daily diet. However, did you know that iron bacteria can wreak havoc on your plumbing?
Sometimes, the soil around your home is rich in iron, which will eventually combine with the water under your property. Once it enters into the plumbing network, it can pose significant clogs.
As the iron mixes with water, it creates a compound that solidifies when it gets exposed to air. Before you know it, you have a thick, hard, cement-like substance clogging your pipes.
Savings Sewer & Drain has the experience you can trust, and our experienced team knows how to treat iron ochre issues. When your plumbing is full of ochre, we remain the best choice each time.