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Topics: Pipe Bursting, General Plumbing in Sacramento, trenchless technologies, lateral lining

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The last thing you want to have happen in your Sacramento home or municipal building is something that wastes water in our current drought. Pipelines are not perfect and can be subject to cracking or bursting, which causes water leaks and waste; this in turn can cause you to have a substantially heftier water bill at the end of the month. Read More

Topics: Pipe Bursting, Trenchless Technology, Sacramento Plumbers and Pipe Repairs

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It doesn’t matter if home lateral pipes, commercial pipes or municipal sewer lines have failed - replacing them is going to cost some money. There’s a lot that goes in to pipe replacement, particularly in traditional, dig-and-replace projects, which demand long hours of labor and up-front materials. This is true for Sacramento pipe replacement just as it is anywhere in America.  Read More

Topics: Pipe Bursting, Trenchless Technology

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Along with pipe deterioration and collapse, pipe offset damages are one of the most problematic things a homeowner can be faced with in terms of plumbing. Not only are offset pipe lines a pain to fix, but also an expensive project few see coming. Traditionally, you would have to call a professional plumbing team and get the pipe in question manually excavated; this meant significant landscaping, material and labor fees. Read More

Topics: Pipe Bursting, Water Pipe Replacement, Trenchless Technology

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Hearing that underground sewer pipes have collapsed, corroded or otherwise failed is never something that home or property owners welcome. Replacing a sewer pipe can cost thousands in labor and material fees, and this goes without factoring in expensive landscaping. For instance, if your sewer line runs beneath your driveway or sidewalk, these surfaces would have to be excavated to replace pipes in a traditional manner; this is often the most expensive component of sewer line replacement.  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