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Attention Residents in Section 3, Section 8, Section 9 and Mound Road,
During the dates listed below Inframark on behalf of Harris County MUD No. 374 will be performing a sanitary sewer cleaning and TV inspection of the Harris County MUD No. 374 sewer collection system in your area. This cleaning and inspection is necessary in order to evaluate the sanitary sewer.
Date that work is expected to begin: Monday, 05/09/2023
Approximate Completion Date: Friday, 05/23/2023
- Water and drains may be used as normal.
- You will most likely not even notice that any work is being performed.
- On very rare occasions your house may be affected as follows:
- Sewer lines can develop air pressure or a partial vacuum from the cleaning process. Usually any excess air pressure or vacuum will dissipate through your plumbing vents, but occasionally there are homes with inadequate plumbing vents (no vents, undersized vents or obstructed vents). In the case of inadequate venting air pressure could escape through your toilet, floor, sink, tub or shower drains causing water splash out or, a vacuum could draw the water out of your fixture traps causing an unpleasant odor.
If you should experience an unpleasant odor, run water into each drain to re-fill the traps.
Thank you for your cooperation, for additional information please call: (281) 579-4500 or email email@example.com .