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Let The Pro’s Fix Your Sewer Line!

We don’t only clean up your drains; we do much more than that! Our experts can offer you services in sewer line installation, replacement and repair. We can help you resolve problems that are caused by:   Settling, frozen ground or shifting soil, which results in broken, cracked, collapsed or […]

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There’s A Flood In The Basement!

Flooding in your basement is really a big deal! We know it’s inconvenient too, but it happens. Don’t be left in the dark if it happens in your home, though. Here’s what you need to know if you have one of these accidents in your house.   You need to […]

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Grease and Oil Going Down The Drain…

What’s your favorite food? What kinds of foods does your family like? Are most of the foods you eat and love, rich in fats or prepared with oil? Strange questions for a plumbing blog, right? Actually, they’re not that strange at all. Many of the foods you love contain oil […]

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What You Shouldn’t Do In The Summer…

Well, it’s still pretty much summertime and there’s still a lot to do. There’s still so much time to have fun and enjoy the warmth of nature. We hope you’ve been doing the right things so far and if you haven’t we’ll explain to you some of the things that […]

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Leaky Faucet? No Problem

A leaky faucet is only a problem if it stays leaky. Don’t ignore it. It can add hundreds of dollars onto your utility bill and it can actually be really easy to fix. You don’t want that annoying drip-drop sound of the water falling or the pool of water growing […]

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Toxic Sewage Fumes

Sewage fumes are something that you DO NOT want permeating your home or your lungs. Sewage gases are a toxic concoction of gases such as ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, methane and carbon dioxide. They smell horrible and they are horrible to inhale. Very high levels of carbin dioxide and methane can […]

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Clearing Drains On Your Own

The P-trap connects your drains to your waste pipes. It’s that curved length of pipe which you can find under your sink and behind your toilet or tub. It holds a little bit of water in it, so that harmful sewer gases and toxic substances don’t escape it. It serves […]

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