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Topics: Plumbing Fixtures, Pipe Repair, Tree roots, broken sewer line

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Older houses are often cherished for their charm and character. Many that remain standing were built to unique specifications and constructed with materials that are prohibitively expensive in modern construction. For many young people looking to buy their first home, an old house that needs a little extra care is often an attractive option. 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

Topics: broken sewer line, Sewer Inspection, Sewer Repairs, Cleaning, Video Inspection

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Sinks, tubs, and toilets that are continually clogged and leak dirty sewer water onto your floors may be more than a clogged sewer pipe. It could be due to a broken pipe in your home or yard – after all, a broken sewer line gives off telltale signs. When you know what to look for you can find your sewer line problem quickly and have it repaired. Read More

Topics: broken sewer line, Sacrmento County Plumbers

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A broken sewer line can be costly and messy in your Sacramento home or business. Knowing the signs of a broken line, as opposed to an occasional clogged drain, can help you prevent a minor problem from becoming a major, expensive project. Your sewer line is part of your plumbing system and carries wastewater from your kitchen and bathroom sink, shower, tub, dishwasher, and washing machine. It's important to note that if left unattended, a broken line can cause flooding from backed up sewer water to occur. Read More