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Sewer line replacement costs vary by method and materials

Topics: Trenchless Plumbing, trenchless sewer line replacement, sewer line replacement

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Piping gets old as time goes on— it’s only natural. A system that is used multiple times a day and has all kinds of material being sent through it is bound to age. Proper plumbing maintenance strategies can reduce how quickly your piping system ages, but it can also depend on the type of piping material your home or commercial building uses. Some pipe materials, like orangeburg and galvanized pipes, are no longer used and have become banned or obsolete. Read More
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Topics: Plumbing Pipes, Pipe Repair

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Plumbing systems can make some very strange noises; it’s even used sometimes as a cheap scare in horror movies. The loud gurgling and prolonged vibrating noises are nothing to worry about! This is simply an indication that there is air caught in your water pipes.  There are several reasons why there may be air in your pipes and sputtering out of your faucets. Some of the more common causes are: Read More
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Topics: water pressure

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No one wants to take a shower with water pressure that feels like a hydro-jetting session, but it also shouldn’t be so weak that you wonder if water is even coming out. Poor water pressure can happen for a number of reasons, but locating the problem may be a frustrating task. If you are receiving low water pressure in one area of your home or commercial building, it’s easier to inspect where the issue might be. However, if you have low water pressure throughout your entire home or building, it could be an indicator of a bigger plumbing problem. Read More
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Topics: water heater problems, water heater temperature

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Unless you live in Florida, you more than likely deal with some intense cold weather during the winter. When those snowstorms start blowing in, that means all the heat in your house is turned up, especially for your water heater. The only thing worse than walking in cold weather is standing under water that feels like ice cubes— so your water heater is working overtime to keep you and your family warm when taking a shower or washing your hands. Read More

Topics: Toilet

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Talking about the features of your toilet isn’t normal dinner conversation (and if it is, well…). That isn’t the case though if you own a high-tech toilet. What’s so great about them? The better question is, what isn’t? Read More
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Topics: Water Heater Repair, Replacement, water heater temperature

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Picture this: you wake up in the morning and decide to take a nice, hot shower. You turn on the shower to let the water heat up for a few seconds and then step in only to find that the water is FREEZING. You know there’s no way all the hot water could be used up, which points to one other possible situation: you need to buy a new water heater. Read More
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Topics: Hydro jetting

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Different types of debris and materials are sent down our drain systems every day. Over the years, this debris builds up and can begin to create serious clogging issues in your home or commercial building. A plunger can usually handle smaller plumbing issues, but it is unwise to go a very long time without properly cleaning your pipes. Read More