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Topics: Drain Cleaning, Clogged Drains, home plumbing, drain cleaning tips

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Sometimes, we let things go that need to be done because we just don’t think about them. Our cars get to 6,000 miles before we take them in for an oil change, or that menial task at work keeps getting lost in the mix of all the other things we have to do. It’s an understandable oversight, but not always a safe one. In the case of your drains, you need to be aware of the risks of not cleaning them out once in a while. Read More
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Topics: Sewer Repairs, Cleaning, Video Inspection, broken sewer line

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As a home settles, ages,and lasts through the years, having quality insurance becomes more and more important. Homeowner’s insurance often covers the cost of damages that might otherwise lead to financial ruin, such as water damage from a leak, damage to pipes due to poor insulation, or fire damage resulting from faulty electrical wiring. Since insurance providers typically offer several different types of policies, you should always review your policy to completely understand everything it covers. In the case of a broken sewer line, the first thing to do is to check your own specific policy. Read More
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Topics: Plumbing Contractors, Sacramento Plumbing, call a plumber, when to call a plumber

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With the spread of smartphones and easy internet access, more and more people are using the information resources they have at their fingertips to become self-sufficient experts. After all, why would you pay someone to perform a service that you could learn to do yourself after watching a three-minute YouTube video? What does it matter if the person in the video claiming to be an expert doesn’t really know what they’re doing? Read More
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Topics: trenchless sewer replacement, Sacramento Plumbing, trenchless sewer line replacement, trenchless sewer line repair, sewer line replacement, Pipe Repair

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When a failed sewage line is leaking raw sewage into your yard, finding a plumbing solution is a race against the clock. Every moment spent searching for the right service is an opportunity for the existing problem to get even worse. Fortunately, there are a few ways to speed up the search and help to resolve the situation as quickly as possible. Read More
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Topics: Clogged Drains

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Every day, plumbers respond to calls to clear out clogged drains. Most of the time, the blockage is the result of the simple accumulation of waste and is easily unclogged. In other cases, the blockage is caused by objects lodged in the drain lines. Sanitary products, small toys, plastic caps, and even jewelry find their way down the drain quite frequently and don’t draw too much special attention when they’re removed. Sometimes, though, removing blockages can result in some unusual, or even downright weird, finds. Here are a few examples ranging from reasonably common discoveries to the truly strange. Read More
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Topics: Plumbing Fixtures, Water Savings

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Commercial property owners in California will be ringing in the New Year with something more than fireworks for 2019: new water-saving fixture standards. With the new regulations going into effect soon, many landlords are rightly wondering if inspection officials will come knocking to demand extensive renovations of existing properties. Fortunately, the changes aren’t quite as sweeping or intrusive as they might initially sound. Read More
DIY: Adjusting your water heater temperature with ease

Topics: Water Heater, water heater problems, water heater temperature

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It seems like you just closed your eyes, and before you know it, the alarm clock is waking you from your slumber. The only motivation you have to get out of that bed? How good a long, hot shower is going to feel. But when you turn the faucet handle, cold water rains down on you (on the opposite end of the spectrum, you’re looking for a cold-water wake-me-up only to receive water with the heat of a thousand suns). Read More
Leaky pipes can wreak havoc on your home.

Topics: Leak Detection, Water Bills, Repairs, Leaks, Pressure, Pipe leaks, Pipe Repair

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When there’s a problem with our electricity, we know it—things just stop working! Unfortunately, we’re not so lucky when it comes to potential plumbing problems. Sure, an overflowing toilet bowl or a slow-draining sink can alert you to a clog, but when it comes to what’s hidden in the walls and beneath the floors, we’re likely to have no idea. Read More