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Topics: Lateral Reinstaement Cutting, Lining, Trenchless Technology

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Underground pipes endure a great deal of wear and tear over time. In addition to the strain of normal use, they can be damaged by clogs, corrosion, shifting soil, or tree roots. Eventually, most pipes need to be repaired or replaced. The only option for such a project used to involve digging up the pipe, which caused extensive damage to landscaping, driveways, and sidewalks.  Read More
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Topics: Sectional Point Repair, Tenchless Pipe Repair, Sacramento Plumbers and Pipe Repairs

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                        When home water lines or sewer pipes fail, homeowners can easily end up feeling confused or overwhelmed by their options for repair. After all, modern plumbing technology offers a wide range of potential solutions depending upon the type of damage to your pipes. Should you go the way of traditional repair, which involves extensive digging, or should you try newer, less invasive technologies? What if only part of a pipe is damaged, and not the entire pipe? Does it make sense to replace a full length of pipe if the damage only affects a small area? Read More
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Topics: Drain Cleaning, Commerical Plumbing Drain and Pipe Repair

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As many homeowners quickly discover, attempting to deal with a clogged washing machine drain can be risky business. How can you be sure you’re using the right tools or disconnecting the proper fixtures to resolve clogging and debris? Even more concerning are the possible ramifications of poor DIY attempts, which can actually wind up leaving your washing machine drains in worse condition than before. Read More
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Topics: Manhole Rehabilitation, Sprayroq

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One of the biggest challenges facing municipalities across the country is the maintenance of the hundreds of thousands of miles of public sewer lines and the lateral lines that connect private residences to the public sewage system. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), there are between 23,000 and 75,000 sewer overflow events every year, most of them caused by deteriorating infrastructure. Local governments are expected to invest billions in repairing these wastewater assets, forcing civic planners to seek out cost-effective solutions that will allow them to deliver the most value with their limited budgets. Read More
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Topics: Drain Cleaning, DIY plumbing, General Plumbing in Sacramento, Clogged Drains, clogged tub

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There are so many different reasons as to why your bathtub drains slowly. Luckily, there are a few simple methods to fix it that could save you from having to call a plumber. A slow bathtub drain can result from any of the following combinations (or all of them): a lack of regular drain cleaning a buildup of hair a buildup of soap, body oil, and other bathing beauty aids Read More
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Topics: Water Bills, Repairs, Leaks, Pressure, Home Plumbing Tips, Toilet Repair

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You probably rarely think about toilet plumbing troubles until you need a plunger; however, a running toilet can cost you hundreds (or even thousands) of dollars in wasted water every year. Typically, running water in your toilet wastes about 25 times more water than a shower leak and about 4 times as much water than a simple faucet leak. Read More
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Topics: Sewer Repairs, Cleaning, Video Inspection, Sacramento Plumbers and Pipe Repairs

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If you’re not a professional in the plumbing industry, chances are you aren’t likely to suspect when your pipes are breaking. Homeowners need to know what warning signs indicate corroded pipes that are at their breaking point. By not repairing your broken sewer pipes as soon as possible, you are setting yourself up for more costly and severe problems in the near future. Read More