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Hi. I just got into plumbing a year ago. I have a customer with recurrent sewer backup due to roots in the main line. I have been out to the site 8 times in 15 months to snake out clogs. I recently ran a camera to find a thick root in the line right under his living room floor. He has rare bamboo flooring there and does not want it tore up. any suggestions? Root-x? Also, he has a 100 feet of thin wall pipe in his backyard. They seem to have bellys. should they be replaced? thanks
 

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Good Morning jtp and welcome to PZ, how about a intro from you in the intro forum, would like to know where your from and what code you follow, just the basics, hope you don't mind.
 

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Hi. I just got into plumbing a year ago. I have a customer with recurrent sewer backup due to roots in the main line. I have been out to the site 8 times in 15 months to snake out clogs. I recently ran a camera to find a thick root in the line right under his living room floor. He has rare bamboo flooring there and does not want it tore up. any suggestions? Root-x? Also, he has a 100 feet of thin wall pipe in his backyard. They seem to have bellys. should they be replaced? thanks

Hang on... you got into plumbing a year ago... but you have been doing plumbing work for 15 months?

This ain't passing the smell test.
 

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