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Topics: Video Sewer Inspection, Sewers

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It is often difficult to determine how severe sewer pipe damage is and where pipe damage is located without the use of pipe inspection cameras. If your home’s subterranean sewer pipes have been compromised by intrusion, poor installation, or natural elements, then contacting a trained plumbing specialist to inspect your pipes is a crucial first step. Read More
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Topics: Trenchless Technology, Pipe Lining, Sewers

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While there are methods to restore pipe damage from tree roots, you can often make smarter landscaping decisions early on to avoid intrusions altogether. A lot of this depends on knowing where your underground pipelines lie, as well as what plant species require deep or wide roots - species to avoid if pipes run across or throughout your lawn, or are within a certain depth range. Read More
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Topics: Sewers

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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. Read More
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Topics: Sewers

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If you’re not a professional in the plumbing industry, chances are you aren’t likely to suspect when your pipes are breaking. Homeowners need to know what warning signs indicate corroded pipes that are at their breaking point. By not repairing your broken sewer pipes as soon as possible, you are setting yourself up for more costly and severe problems in the near future. Read More
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Topics: Plumbing in Sacramento, Video Sewer Inspection, Sewers

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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. Read More
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Topics: Trenchless Technology, Sewers

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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
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Topics: Trenchless Technology, Pipe Lining, Lateral Lining, Sewers

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Piping gets old as time goes on— it’s only natural. A system that is used multiple times a day and has all kinds of material being sent through it is bound to age. Proper plumbing maintenance strategies can reduce how quickly your piping system ages, but it can also depend on the type of piping material your home or commercial building uses. Some pipe materials, like orangeburg and galvanized pipes, are no longer used and have become banned or obsolete. Read More