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What is a French Drain System and How Does it Work?

By | May 31, 2022
What is a French Drain System

Washington can be a very damp place. If you need a bit of help drying things out around your yard, you’re not alone. This is why french drains are so popular. Do you have a permanent damp spot in your yard? Do you always get water in your basement after a heavy rain? The simple solution to help dry things up may be a french drain. Table of Contents What is a French Drain System  How Does it Work? Building a French Drain System Contact Complete Trenchless What is a French Drain System?  Bob Vila tells us that french drain is essentially a ditch in the ground, inset with a perforated pipe under a layer of gravel. The pipe is very important, because it funnels storm water away from where you don’t want it. A common place to want the water diverted away from is along the foundation of the…

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Why You are Experiencing Low Water Pressure

By | April 30, 2022
Signs of Low Water Pressure in Washington

By simple definition, water pressure is the measurement of the force of water pushed by the main line water supply system to your plumbing. This could be the sink faucet, shower head, dishwasher, washing machine, and many other appliances or fixtures hooked up to your plumbing. If you have low water pressure, nothing will get as clean as it should.  Signs of Low Water Pressure There are quite a few signs of low water pressure. Perhaps the easiest is if you turn on the faucet all the way, yet the water barely trickles out. Water pressure is used to both fill up the washing machine and throughout the spin cycle. If your home’s water pressure is too low, your laundry may still be dirty after a washing cycle. The same could happen to your dishes in the dishwasher. Plumbing leaks reduce tension in your piping, which can lead to low…

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Learn the Top 5 Signs of a Collapsed Sewer Line

By | April 30, 2022
Signs of a Collapsed Sewer Line Washington

Even if you don’t know much about your sewer line, you know that you want it to stay in good working condition. You never want to hear the word “collapsed” when a professional is discussing your sewer line. However, this does happen to residential homes and commercial buildings. Ignoring the problem won’t make it go away. That is why you need to learn the signs of a collapsed sewer line so you can make an emergency call for repair if this happens to you. The Signs of a Collapsed Sewer Line There are several common signs of a collapsed sewer line that you should be aware of. Do any of these seem familiar to you? Strong Sewer Odor You know a sewer odor when you smell it! This is generally the first sign of a broken sewer pipe. The basement is the most common area of a building or home…

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Learn the Dangers of Leaking Pipes

By | April 30, 2022
Fix Leaking Pipes in Washington

You probably don’t think about the pipes in your home or commercial building very often. You just assume they will always do exactly what they need to, mainly bringing water from one place to another. This is why it can go unnoticed, sometimes for too long, when the pipes are leaking. Leaking pipes are not something to ignore! Why Leaking Pipes Must be Addressed If you see areas that are continually damp on your floor, walls and ceiling, it could mean that you have a problem with pipe leaks. There are several good reasons to have even a small leak repaired as quickly as possible. These include: Structural Damage If you experience any signs that you might have a leak, it’s best not to wait. Leaky pipes are a major issue. They can cause severe damage to the building by ruining ceilings, floors, walls, floorboards, furniture, and more. The damage…

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Why You Should Inspect the Plumbing Before Selling a House

By | February 1, 2022
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 out to all possible buyers. Keep reading for more information on why you should inspect the plumbing before selling a house. Why You Need an Inspection There could be issues with the plumbing fixtures depending on the age of your home. Often, older homes have dated plumbing systems, and as years go on, things break down. While you may not notice anything, you should have a plumber inspect the system. Breakage can occur naturally over time but may also occur due to tree growth—the roots could damage a pipeline. It’s also worth noting that some buyers…

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