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Your city is responsible for problems with the main sewer line.

Topics: Plumbing in Sacramento, Commercial Plumbing, Municipal Plumbing, Home Plumbing

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Sewer line backups and replacements are plumbing nightmares that can be both tedious and expensive. Homeowners are obviously responsible for their own residential plumbing, such as a clogged sink drain. However, what about problems with the sewer system past your property line? You may be wondering, “When is the city responsible for plumbing repair?  There are some cases where the city or municipality will be held responsible to fix, while others will leave the homeowner responsible.  Read More

Topics: Commercial Plumbing, Municipal Plumbing, Home Plumbing

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Detecting plumbing problems early can save you from the harm of damaged property, loss of use, and a large cleanup and repair bill. Slow leaks can often cause damage that you do not see until it's already happened. Burst pipes, though, can make their presence known, in a big way, leaving flooded rooms and a big mess. As a homeowner, both are bad scenarios and demonstrate why early detection techniques can save you harm, frustration, and money. Read More

Topics: Municipal Plumbing, Manhole Rehabilitation, Sewers

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There is no golden rule for municipal sewer pipe lining repair. Prices change on a case-by-case basis, as do the techniques used to repair pipe lines in the first place. For municipal sewer damage, lines can be repaired by either trenching (excavating the damaged line and installing a replacement) or pipe lining (using epoxy materials to cure new sewer lines within existing pipe); the most affordable option will depend on sewer age, location and the extent of damage. Read More

Topics: Plumbing in Sacramento, Municipal Plumbing, Plumbing Emergencies

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The drought in California has pushed many local Sacramento residents and businesses to adopt water conservation efforts in and around their properties. Everyone is saving as much as they can, wherever they can; while this is great for lowering overall consumption during the drought, it also comes with some plumbing side effects few could have seen coming. Read More

Topics: Realty Services, Plumbing in Sacramento, Commercial Plumbing, Municipal Plumbing, Home Plumbing

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Environmental consciousness isn’t a fad, or even an option anymore; it’s something that’s becoming legally required in the form of property plumbing regulations at both the state and national level.  In California, property owners will soon have to adhere to water-conservative regulations as they are gradually introduced from today until 2019 Read More