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Tree roots enter pipes through the joints

Clay sewer pipes are a great opportunity for tree roots to get in your pipeline.
These pipes are usually 2-3 foot or 600-900mm long.

In a 30 metre (100ft.) pipeline, there could be up to 50 individual pipes and bends and junctions.

That means there are at least 50 pipe joints for a tree to get its roots into your sewer pipes.

It helps explain why you can have multiple blockages in your pipes.

To excavate and repair or reline where the tree roots are getting in today doesn’t mean the tree roots won’t get in a little further downstream.

Vaporooter treats every joint in the pipeline.

Tree roots get in through the joints


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