The old saying “out of sight, out of mind” isn’t very good advice when it comes to your household plumbing. After all, hidden leaks not only have the potential to run up your water bill and cause significant property damage; they can also lead to dangerous health problems when left unrepaired. For all these reasons, it’s good to identify and repair leaks as quickly as possible, especially when it comes to sewer pipes.
Your home’s plumbing system brings clean, fresh water into the house and then carries out used water through a sewer line. When a sewer line breaks, however, this flow comes to a screeching halt. Early detection can help manage a broken sewer line, but prevention remains the best way to keep your drains clear, clean, and flowing properly.
Sometimes change is a good thing, especially if it’s needed. A new hairstyle, new phone, and brand new piping are always at the top of the list (At least for us)!
If you’ve ever watched the movie “The Money Pit,” then you may well know the dangers of not fully vetting a new home before making a purchase. If you haven’t seen the film, it’s a classic Tom Hanks comedy about a couple that finds a deal on a home that’s too good to be true, but buy it anyways—much to their later regret.
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Sacramento can be a great place to settle down and raise a family. There are many homes both new and old that can accommodate a family of nearly any size and budget.
Wasting water is probably the least favorable thing to do for your finances and for the environment-- especially with the current California drought. Whether you are a homeowner or a renting tenant, water damage is one of the last things you should have to be burdened by.