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Topics: Water Pipe Replacement, Pipe leaks, Trenchless Pipe Repair, Pipe Repair

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A residential main water line is an often neglected, but absolutely critical component of a home’s plumbing system. As the pipe that carries water into the home, the main water line undergoes constant use. If any problems develop in the line, they could disrupt service, inflict serious property damage, and, in some cases, lead to significant health hazards. Read More
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Topics: Trenchless Technology, Trenchless Plumbing, Trenchless Pipe Repair

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If you’ve ever been unlucky enough to have your yard or driveway torn up for sewer line replacement or repair, you know just how messy and costly this can be—not to mention what a nuisance it is. Thankfully, trenchless technology—now the industry-preferred method—allows jobs both big and small to be done without having to dig trenches and cause major disruption. While it’s making life easier for homeowners, it’s also changing the way major citywide projects ares completed. Here’s five stories from around the globe that demonstrate how trenchless technology is changing the game—helping save money, time, and even the environment. Read More

Topics: Trenchless Technology, Sacramento Trenchless Technologies, Trenchless Plumbing, Trenchless Pipe Repair

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Your sewer lines are the last thing you think about – until they stop working, that is. Then, making a repair can be a daunting undertaking, especially if the job requires replacement of your sewer line, from your home to the street, where it connects to the municipal sewer system. Trenchless technology, used for over forty years, is not new, but it's become more widely accepted because it's less invasive than other methods of sewer pipe repair and replacement. 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 Pipe Replacement, Emergency Plumbing, Pipe leaks, Sacramento Water Pipe Leaks, Trenchless Pipe Repair

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A broken water pipe in your home or business can cause thousands of dollars in damage—if you don't get it cut off quickly. Knowing how to shut down the water system in a home or business is a piece of knowledge every property owner needs. Although the location of main cut-off valves varies, most homes and businesses have cut-off valves for sinks, tubs, showers and ice makers. You need to know where your cut-off valve is located so you can turn your water off if needed. Most importantly, you need to know where your main shut-off valve is located. Read More