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Topics: Tenchless Pipe Repair, Sacramento Plumbers and Pipe Repairs, Sewer Repair

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If there’s one problem that every homeowner dreads, it’s the prospect of discovering faulty or damaged pipes somewhere on their property. Whether it’s a water or sewer line, broken pipes can cause a number of problems if they’re left unattended for too long. Traditionally, the digging required to repair or replace these pipes was a major undertaking that could last for several days and inflict significant property damage. Today, however, trenchless technology allows experienced plumbing contractors to do the same work in a fraction of the time with minimal digging. Read More

Topics: Sewer Repair, Tree roots

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A leading cause of broken sewer lines — and one of the most expensive sewer pipe problems — is invasive tree roots, which can penetrate your pipes and damage them. Roots in sewer lines can cause sewer backups in your home and cause further damage to your pipes, if it is not remedied. If you have toilets and sinks that are backing up and flooding your floors, invasive tree roots may be your problem. We have outlined a few measures below that you can take to proactively prevent this from happening or to deal with an existing tree root problem. Read More

Topics: Sacramento Trenchless Technologies, Sewer Repair, Video Sewer Inspections, Trenchless Pipe Repair

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Much like other home systems, you never think about your sewer pipes until they don't work properly. Your plumbing systems have to handle every drop of water that falls from your home's faucets. These systems also catch every strand of hair and cup of grease, as well as every ounce soap, shampoo, and laundry detergent, that enter your drains. When combined, these items can clog your pipes and cause a sewer backup. There are other causes of sewer backups, though, and like clogs, they can be unseen and lurk beneath your lawn or the floors of your home or business. Read More

Topics: Water Bills, Repairs, Leaks, Pressure, trenchless sewer repair, Sewer Repair, plumbing estimates

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There’s a common stereotype about plumbers charging way too much for their services, or making up the charges that get put on the final bill. This misconception is only made worse when the final bill so often ends up being significantly more than the initial cost estimate on the plumber’s website. Read More
Best Way to Fix without Digging up House Trenchless

Topics: Q & A, trenchless sewer repair, Sewer Repair, sewer main

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Picture the following: You’re at your Sacramento home one day when you start to notice a really foul odor after you step outside. You search the yard for the source of the stink when you notice a really muddy, smelly patch of ground in the yard. As it turns out, one of the sewage lines servicing your home has failed, and is now leaking raw sewage into your yard. Read More