I'll try to make this short so if more info is needed please ask. I have a split level house. Two full baths and they are located right above/beneath each other. Periodically I have a back up in the downstairs bathroom which is the last drain connected to my main line. So when upstairs shower is used the downstairs one will begin to fill with water. Or when the downstairs one is used it just fills with water. Very slowly draining out.
I ran a 50ft snake though the downstairs shower assuming it would reach pretty much to the sewer where I believe the clog would have to be to be giving me the problem in having. I pulled some hair out but not enough to convince me I fixed the problem. However it seemed to do the trick for about two weeks. But I'm right back in the same situation now. Main line between house and street was redone due to tree root damage 5 years ago if that means anything. I can't believe roots would grow that fast or create the intermittent problem. I don't have much experience with plumbing but I believe I have common sense.
So just wondering what else it could be or could it have been that the snake and the tip of the snake were to small to really do the job correctly. Any and all info is appreciated.