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Why You Should Inspect the Plumbing Before Selling a House

Selling a home requires lots of work since you may need to update its interior in addition to the exterior. However, a beautiful house is more likely to sell. As you go through your checklist, make sure you add a plumbing inspection to it so that you have another factor that helps your home stand…

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5 Common Trenching Safety Hazards To Be Aware Of

Repairing sewer lines can involve trenching and excavating, and as contractors begin specific tasks, they must take safety measures. Read about five common trenching safety hazards to be aware of to keep your workers safe. Slips and Falls Slips are common, especially if the ground is wet or unsteady. Additionally, workers could easily trip and fall…

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Can High Water Pressure Cause Pipe Damage in Your Home?

Not much is more frustrating than low water pressure—that slow trickle of water dripping out as you try washing dishes or showering. But can high water pressure cause pipe damage in your home? It can! High water pressure can be as concerning as low water pressure in your home since it causes more wear on your pipes.…

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4 Helpful Tips To Prevent Your Water Pipes From Freezing

Winter can bring freezing temperatures, and some locations even experience well-below-freezing winds. When forecasters predict extremely cold temperatures, they usually advise you to stay indoors. And as plumbing experts, we also recommend you tend to your plumbing. Use these helpful tips to prevent your water pipes from freezing so that you don’t have to worry about water…

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What To Ask When Hiring a Directional Boring Contractor

When you hire a company for directional drilling or trenchless trilling, there are a few factors to consider before deciding on a contractor. By asking the right questions, you can better understand the type of work to expect and how much it’ll cost. Find out what to ask when hiring a directional boring contractor to ensure you…

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Step-by-Step Guide on How To Test for a Water Leak

When your water bills seem far higher than average, you may have a leaky pipe, which is problematic because leaks waste your money and water, all while damaging your home. Water damage can leave stains and ruin your flooring and even the ceiling if the pipe bursts. Reduce the risk of a burst pipe altogether…

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Traditional vs. Trenchless Sewer Repair: Which Is Better?

A damaged or burst sewer line is nearly every homeowner’s worst nightmare, and to many, this means pricy repairs plus torn-up landscaping. This leads to other expenses like buying new shrubbery or hiring landscapers to make your yard beautiful again. However, this is only the case with traditional sewer repair, not trenchless. Weigh out your…

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4 Common Type of Sewer Line Pipe Materials

Looking into the four common types of sewer line pipe materials gives you a better understanding of your home and sewer lines. Each of the materials used is a bit different and has varying lifespans. Expand your knowledge on sewer lines to better know when it’s time to repair or replace yours. Clay Tile Pipe Many older homes have…

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Homeowner’s Guide To Sewer Systems: What You Need To Know

Although many say septic systems are a thing of the past, quite a few homes still have one. A septic system is vital to homes that are off the grid or in rural areas. While we often worry about the AC going out or the roof leaking, maintaining your septic system is just as important.…

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3 Things To Consider When Hiring Excavation Contractors

Taking time to find the right evacuation contractor is the first step to finding the right one. Although it takes time and a fair amount of sifting through customer reviews, it’ll be worth it when you hire a company fit for the task. Keep reading if you want to find out three vital things to consider…

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