Does RootX Really Work?
RootX is the reliable, cost-effective way of killing pipeline roots often found around sewer lines, septic systems, and storm pipes. RootX uses aquatic herbicide Dichlobenil, a non-fumigating, non-caustic, non-system treatment that does not contain copper sulfate, dilquat, or metam sodium. It’s the “good” choice for removing roots and Goodbee Plumbing Inc. can help you with that!
What is RootX?
RootX is a foaming treatment that our Covington plumbers deposits into your sewer line, septic system, or storm pipe to prevent and/or remove root intrusion. Root intrusion can rapidly lead to broken or blocked pipes…which both are expensive and inconvenient to deal with! RootX is an alternative to having to completely redo that intruded upon line. We highly recommend using RootX treatment. It is safe and affordable! That foaming treatment mentioned above is made up of environmentally friendly components.
Benefits of RootX:
- RootX kills roots using the aquatic herbicide Dichlobenil.
- It’s non-caustic, non-fumigating and non-systemic, and it contains no diquat dibromide, copper sulfate or metam sodium.
- RootX will not harm pipes, septic systems or above-ground vegetation.
If you do run into a situation where roots have breached your pipes, there is no need to stress. Once RootX is applied to your sewer line, septic system, or storm pipe the treatment kills the roots and solidifies in the pipe so if there is any new growth it cannot penetrate the pipe for up to 12 months! Now, that should put your mind at ease.
We hope you never run into this problem, but if you do, you now know of an affordable way to treat it. If you do have overgrown roots interfering with your pipes, don’t hesitate to reach out to our skilled Covinton plumbers. We respond quickly and work efficiently to ensure your home is taken care of.