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Plumbing Camera Tests: Can It Solve Your Plumbing Problem?

One of the most inconvenient things that can happen in your home is plumbing issues. When your plumbing system suddenly backs up, you cannot use your water. This means no bathroom access, no water in the kitchen, and no water for your lawn or landscaping. The best way to avoid this problem is to know the condition of your pipes. The best way to see your pipes is by ha

Spring Is Here: Is Your Air Conditioner Ready?

Spring is often one of the most beautiful times of the year, but it also means that summer's blazing heat will be here soon. You might not need your air conditioner just yet, but it won't be long before you find yourself rushing into your house for a little cold relief on a hot summer day. Of course, you might be sorely disappointed if your air conditioning system isn

Common Sewer Line Problems In Residential Properties

The sewer line is a pipe through which all the wastewater flows from the house to the main septic tank. Usually, this pipe is underneath the ground. This location protects the sewer line from potential damage due to heavy equipment and foot traffic.  However, the sewer line can fail to function properly for various reasons. For example, the pipes can gradually we

A Quick Look At Two Types Of Residential Sewer Repair

Residential sewer repair is often needed due to problems with the sewer pipe that might include cracking caused by tree roots, digging, or soil movement. If the sewer pipe is damaged, sewage and drain water will leak out in your yard, so repairs become important. In fact, you'll probably need to have repairs done promptly to keep the city's sanitation department or co

How Often Should You Clean Your Drains To Avoid A Plumbing Emergency?

Drain cleaning is an important part of maintaining the health of your drains and preventing a plumbing emergency. If your drains clog due to debris buildup, the flow of wastewater will be restricted, leading to a domestic catastrophe. Drain cleaning should be part of your annual plumbing maintenance schedule. However, some homes can benefit from quarterly or bi-annual