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How to Prevent Common Sewer Pipe Problems

How to Prevent Common Sewer Pipe Problems

Most people want to avoid unnecessary expenses. Home and yard repairs can be the most inconvenient and costly of them all. If you’re on city sewer, you probably don’t think about your sewer pipes all that often. But keeping your pipes working properly will help prevent unwanted surprises. An unexpected sewer line issue can be […]

How to Prepare Your Municipal Sewers for Heavy Rainfall

Water gushing from storm sewer following very heavy rainfall

Springtime can bring heavy rainfall, which can cause municipal sewers to overflow or cause other problems to develop. This can create a public health hazard as sewage backs up and flows out onto streets, sidewalks, yards, or home and building interiors. Take steps to prepare sewers for heavy rainfall and reduce the risk of these […]

4 Sewer Safe Products

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Your sewer pipes are a crucial part of removing waste from your home. Sewer pipes carry waste to your main sewer line, which connects to your city or town’s sewer system. Some household products can damage your sewer pipes or cause clogs to form, leading to costly repairs. Other products are considered safe to use […]

What You Need to Know About Sewer Line Repair

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Damage to sewer lines can cause messy and expensive repairs. That’s why you should watch out for signs of damage and repair sewer lines before it’s too late. Here’s what you need to know about your sewer lines and the repair options: Reasons Sewer Lines Become Damaged There are a number of things that can […]

How to Avoid and Fix Sewer Pipe Issues

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When something goes wrong with your sewer pipes, whether it’s a broken pipe or corrosion, it can become a serious pain to deal with. You may not even realize it until you smell something not-so-pleasant. But if you take the proper precautions, you can prevent issues in the long run before things get bad. Here’s […]

How to Save Your Sewer from Tree Roots

Trees are great! They provide natural shade from the beating sun, a bit of privacy from surrounding buildings, oxygen for the environment (remember photosynthesis?), and of course are essential in landscaping to get that curb appeal. Let’s face it, though, dealing with their roots can be a real pain. Unfortunately for us, tree roots tend […]

Cleaning Out Catch Basins in Parking Lots

Picture this unpleasant, but very relatable scenario: You’ve just parked your car in a lot, open the door, stick one leg out to step down, and suddenly your foot hits the flooded ground, soaking through your shoes. Not much feels worse than wet socks, and you probably didn’t think to bring a spare pair! How […]

Line Your Cracked Sewer Pipes

Regardless of whether you have a septic system on your property or not, it’s everyone’s responsibility to take care of subsurface waste disposal. As a homeowner, you must properly maintain the portion of sewer pipes from your home to the property line. If a pipe cracks within your boundaries, then the city will ask you […]

Advantages of Video Pipeline Inspection

Gone are the days of guesswork and digging up your whole yard to determine the cause of a pipeline issue. A pipeline video inspection allows for a real-time, non-destructive visual inspection of your sewer lines and other piping to determine the condition of your pipes and uncover potential problems. How it works A small, high-resolution […]

Catch Basin Cleaning for Preventative Maintenance

Getting your catch basins inspected and cleaned regularly, is one of the most important stormwater source control measures that businesses and municipalities can take.  With snow melt happening now and warmer weather on the rise, it is even more crucial to be aware of these other materials, such as sand from plows, trash and other […]

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