Description:While parts of Central Indiana got some rain Thursday, it’s not nearly enough to keep our plants and trees happy. It’s creating a big problem underground that could end up costing you thousands of dollars.
The recent drought has caused the soil to dry up and loose moisture. It has left thirsty tree roots to take advantage of old clay or cast iron pipes for a drink, eventually clogging your sewer lines.
“Tree roots in my pipes? Get out of here,” said John Foster.(1:30)