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Soil consolidation with filling of voids in places where engineering networks are laid

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         Cracks in pipes, blocked gutters and broken sewer lines are a surprisingly common cause of problems in buildings and structures, and as a result - damage to floors, walls, and foundations. Simply put, when the soil becomes saturated with moisture or waterlogged, the base weakens and loses strength, which can lead to structural problems.

         For homeowners and maintenance workers, the best way to avoid foundation repair costs is to regularly check the ground around your home or building for wet, swampy, or sagging areas and act immediately if there is a suspected pipe or drainage leak. It is also recommended to pay attention to warning signs of problems with the foundation and other structures, such as internal and external cracks in walls, uneven floors and misaligned doors or windows.

         When it comes to servicing water pipes, storm water pipes, and sewer pipes, there are some things that are worth paying attention to. Main water supply, storm water and sewer networks are separate systems, each of which is designed to meet different needs. Sewer pipes are usually smaller in diameter than storm pipes, but can be the same size.

Signs of water leakage

         We will not talk about an obvious leak: it is obvious because it is easy to detect visually. A hidden leak may not show any signs of its presence at all, as water may slowly seep into the ground. Sometimes the leak goes on for a long period of time before there are any signs of structural problems. Therefore, it is important to conduct preventive inspections of engineering systems both visually and using special equipment with the involvement of specialists.

Common causes of pipe leaks

           There are a number of other external causes that can lead to cracks and leaks in pipes, such as penetrating tree roots, overflowing storm water during heavy or prolonged rain, or the presence of old rusted pipes.

Penetrating tree roots

           Tree roots can enter pipes through tiny cracks or small crevices in search of water, especially during a drought. Once inside the pipes, they continue to grow, damaging the pipes and causing blockages. Tip: study the root system of the tree and place it at an appropriate distance from foundations, driveways, blind spots, and pedestrian paths. A geotechnical specialist or civil engineers can best help you with your tree planting guide.

Old rusty pipes

           While PVC or plastic pipes have been used in Russia for more than 40 years, many older homes still have metal pipes that are prone to erosion and leaks in segment joints and relatively rapid wear over time due to their nature. As a result, holes, cracks and eventually a break in the pipes are formed in time. Rusty pipes are also particularly fragile against the penetration of plant roots. Tip: consult a licensed plumber to check the current condition of pipes on your property.

Storm water overflow

           In wet weather, rainwater can overflow the storm water network and pour into the sewer system (if such a safety moment is provided), which can lead to overloading of the wastewater system, their excessive accumulation and potential overflow and washout of the site. Overloaded storm drainage systems can also lead to excessive land erosion, which can lead to water concentration in the ground at the base of the foundation of a house (residential or commercial building) and cause structural problems. Tip: make sure that the storm pipes are clean and do not constantly drain rainwater from the roof gutters into the sewer system or even worse - under the foundation of the house, and that your storm water removal system is regularly cleaned and prevented to avoid overloading the system and overflowing.

Prevention of structural problems

          For homeowners, it is important to watch for signs of leaking pipes or drainage problems before subsidence begins to affect the foundation of your home. Pay attention to slowly draining sinks, toilets or showers, make sure that rainwater is not directed under the foundation. As an indirect method-check your water bill and note if there is an unusually high level of consumption.          If a leak is detected, the first priority is to fix it by a professional plumber as quickly as possible to avoid losses before it can affect the foundation of the house or other parts of it.

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