Septic tank backup
My second load of laundry found water backup in my bathtub. Also toilet would not flush. Plumber came and run the snake in the runoff and found he was hitting tree roots from a Bradford pear between the house and the septic tank. Was able to get the water flowing today but was told the lines might need to be replaced to the septic tank. House was built in the 70's so I could understand this. This would mean digging up landscaped area and sidewalk. Is the tree worth it? Would I still have problems if the tree was cut down. We love where we live and hope to be here for a while, but this old house has turned into a money pit.