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Topics: DIY plumbing, Sacramento Plumbing

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Everyone loves a good “do-it-yourself” project. Until, of course, something goes terribly wrong. While there’s nothing wrong with making a proactive effort to fix minor plumbing problems or perform simple installations around your home, many do-it-yourselfers make small, but critical mistakes that can end up costing them a lot of money to fix. Here are a few DIY mistakes plumbers encounter on a regular basis. Read More
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Topics: Plumbing Contractors, Sacramento Plumbing, call a plumber, when to call a plumber

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With the spread of smartphones and easy internet access, more and more people are using the information resources they have at their fingertips to become self-sufficient experts. After all, why would you pay someone to perform a service that you could learn to do yourself after watching a three-minute YouTube video? What does it matter if the person in the video claiming to be an expert doesn’t really know what they’re doing? Read More
Broken Sewer Line

Topics: trenchless sewer replacement, Sacramento Plumbing, trenchless sewer line replacement, trenchless sewer line repair, sewer line replacement, Pipe Repair

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When a failed sewage line is leaking raw sewage into your yard, finding a plumbing solution is a race against the clock. Every moment spent searching for the right service is an opportunity for the existing problem to get even worse. Fortunately, there are a few ways to speed up the search and help to resolve the situation as quickly as possible. Read More

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
When You Should Call a Plumber | Express Sewer & Drain

Topics: DIY plumbing, Sacramento plumbers, plumbing problems, Sacramento Water Pipe Leaks, Toilet Problems, Sacramento Plumbing, clogged tub, call a plumber, when to call a plumber

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You wield your wrench like a household superhero, taking great satisfaction in your ability to handle plumbing problems with ease. But there comes a time when even the best DIYers in Sacramento need to swallow their pride, put down the wrench, and call in the professionals. Read More
Alexa Call a Plumber in Sacrmento

Topics: Sacramento Plumbing Contractors, Trenchless Plumbing Sacramento, Sacramento Plumbing

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When searching the internet for products or services, consumers often go about this task in one of two ways: 1) They perform a text-based search on their PC, smartphone or tablet, or 2) they use a personal assistant with voice recognition and perform a voice search. Operating under a number of names and using different methods to perform searches, these apps are called Alexa, Cortana, Siri, and include applications with various other titles. Read More

Topics: Trenchless Technology, Trenchless Plumbing, Sacramento Plumbing

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Back in 2005, work began on a major change to the City of Sacramento’s water systems. The goal of this undertaking was to install water meters on more than 80% of Sacramento’s service connections by 2025 to meet compliance with a State mandate. However, during this project, city workers ran into some issues. Read More