4 Solutions To Renovate Damage Sewage And Drain Pipes To Give Them New Life

Posted on: 24 November 2018

If you have a problem with a drainage, sewer line or septic system pipe, it could be to problems like old and outdated materials or problems with roots and other damage. There are methods to restore lines and give them new life, such as sewer jetting, directional drilling and pipelining techniques. Here are some different solutions that can be used to restore damage to sewer lines and drainage pipes: 1. Jetting for Old Materials That Cause Problems with Cracks, Leaks and Blockage
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Why Your Shower Is Constantly Clogged Up

Posted on: 27 September 2018

Trying to take a shower while standing in a pool of water is not the ideal experience. It's hard to feel clean when your feet are covered over with dirty water that is full of the debris that should have disappeared down the drain. If your shower seems to constantly become clogged despite your meticulous efforts there might be a few things that you are overlooking. Read over this brief list of possible causes of your drainage problems to see if perhaps one or more of them rings a bell.
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Getting Water In Your Business's Basement When It Rains? 2 Things You Can Do

Posted on: 8 August 2018

When it rains outside, you should not feel the effects inside of your business, even in your basement. Your basement should not get water in it when it rains outside. What you can do to combat the water depends on how and why the water is getting into your basement. 1. Water from a City Sewer Line or Septic Line If the water is backflow from a city sewer line or a septic line, you can stop the flow of water from this source into your basement.
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6 Steps For Removing An Old Water Heater From Your Home

Posted on: 8 August 2018

If you have recently ordered a new water heater, on installation day, you are going to need to remove the old water heater from your home. 1. Turn off the Power Supply The first thing that you need to do is turn off the power supply to your water heater. If your water heater is gas-powered, that means you need to use the cut-off valve to turn off the gas. If your gas is electric powered, you need to turn off the circuit breaker for where your unit is plugged in and then unplug the unit.
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