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Topics: Orangeburg Pipe repair, Sacramento Plumbing

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The Orangeburg pipe situation has been a financial boon for plumbers and a financial burden for homeowners. Named after the town of Orangeburg, New York, where it was first produced, the pipe has about a fifty-year life span. Since the last of the Orangeburg piping was put down in the 1970s, the most recent installations are going to be facing their expiration very soon. If ignored, they could result in an extremely messy and extremely expensive sewer line collapse. Read More

Topics: Pipe Bursting, Orangeburg Pipe repair, Pipe Lining, Relined, Inspection

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For Orangeburg pipe and sewer lines (the pipe standard in homes built from the mid-1940s to early 1970s), 30-50 years is the generally accepted life expectancy. For many homes, particularly those built in the 60s and 70s that have not yet been updated with more durable pipe materials, this means Orangeburg pipe failure could occur at any given moment.  Read More

Topics: Drain Cleaning, Orangeburg Pipe repair, Plumbing Tips, Inspection, How To, Preventative

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Taking care of your home plumbing system, and managing your water consumption behaviors isn’t rocket science, by any means. However, you might be surprised what fairly common, detrimental mistakes so many Sacramento homeowners make every day. These mistakes can build in severity over time, and snowball into major plumbing disasters if left unattended. Read More

Topics: Orangeburg Pipe repair

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Orangeburg pipe lines, the main pipe system in almost all homes built from 1945 to 1972, is known for its structural issues over time, despite its widespread installation. Homeowners who do not inspect and measure deterioration of their Orangeburg systems may be faced with large-scale replacements and severe damage in time. Read More

Topics: Orangeburg Pipe repair, Sewer Repairs, Cleaning, Video Inspection, Trenchless Technology

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It’s possible to replace your home or business’ sewer without digging. At Express Sewer & Drain, we work with homeowners everyday to show them how they don’t have to destroy their property because their sewer requires rehabilitation. How? With cured-in-place pipe (CIPP). CIPP is a method of plumbing that is part of the suite of trenchless technology. Trenchless methods of plumbing and pipe laying require no significant digging. Typically, we can get to the broken part of your sewer through the existing cleanout. From there, we can repair your sewer lines with pipelining for orangeburg pipes in Sacramento from within the lines, sparing your landscaping, floors, walls, driveways, sidewalks and do it affordably and within a few hours. They don’t call us Express for nothing! ‘No Dig’ Orangeburg pipe lining in Sacramento is the preferred method of sewer repair because it’s the best method of sewer repair. Don’t dig! Maintain your assets and upgrade your sewer with pipe lining in Sacramento and Orangeburg! Cost-effective in the long and short term! Less labor intensive means less overhead which means savings for you! Greener technology reduces risks of unearthing dangerous buried toxins! Durability is unparalleled – lasts for over 50 years, guaranteed! Saving Money Is Your Greatest Asset – Orangeburg Sacramento Pipe Lining Saves You Money Multiple Ways Read More