Fast Facts About Your Home’s Sewer System

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Do you know what’s lurking inside your drain? No, it’s not alligators — but there still might be a buildup of materials or sewage causing ongoing damage to your home’s sewage system. This might sound innocuous, but it’s absolutely not. Consider that an average household’s leaks can account for more than 10,000 gallons of wasted […]

5 Signs You May Have Sewer Problems

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The city trucks at the end of the street are an indicator that another water problem is occurring in the neighborhood. As the sewer and water systems throughout the country continue to age, more and more neighborhoods are finding themselves a day at a time without water. Even when home owners purchase new homes with […]

Plumbing: An In-Depth Look at Traditional and Trenchless Repair

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Plumbing issues are one of the most common nuisances for homeowners. Sewers built more than 40 years ago may need to be replaced, which means that many homeowners are going to have get new sewer lines. If you’re not sure how old your pipes are, here are a few thins you should think about. Traditional […]

Greenwich to Use Trenchless Sewer Repairs Again

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The city of Greenwich, CT has warned residents to plan for delays if they’re planning on driving near Bruce Park Avenue this week as they work on sewer repair and pipe replacement in the area, according to the local news source GreenwichTime.com. It’s unclear if the sewer is 40 years old, which is typically the […]