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It’s easy to forget about your plumbing system’s pipes. Your water lines, drain lines, and sewer line are absolutely integral to your plumbing system, and damage to any one of them can come with real consequences.

Learning about your options for repiping, how to maintain your pipes, and how to spot early signs of damage can help save you from a lot of headaches and expenses in the long term, so be sure to check out our articles.

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4 Signs You’re Overdue for a Whole Home Repipe

Are you experiencing more plumbing problems than normal? Maybe you’ve noticed that your water is brown, or that pipe leaks in your home are becoming more and more frequent. While these could just be signs of a malfunctioning water heater, or tree roots that have spread into a small section [...]

By |2019-02-28T19:45:03+00:00October 6th, 2017|Pipes|

What Does It Mean if Your Hot Water is Cloudy?

You grab a glass from your cabinet and head over to your kitchen sink. You turn on the cold water and fill your glass, only to notice that you can’t see through the water at all. Instead, you find yourself looking through a milky, white cloud that has taken the [...]

By |2019-02-28T19:45:20+00:00August 24th, 2017|Pipes|

What’s the Difference Between Waste Pipes and Soil Pipes?

There are a lot of pipes that carry water into your home, and about as many pipes that carry waste water (and other stuff) back out of it. But did you know that there are specific types of pipes for bringing waste out of your home? It’s true! And the [...]

By |2020-09-14T09:21:10+00:00May 17th, 2017|Drains, Pipes|

Preventing Tree Roots in Sewer Pipes

If you’ve ever had a tree root invade your sewer line, then you understand just how frustrating (and devastating) it can be. Tree roots have a nasty habit of causing clogs, cracking your pipes, and essentially wreaking havoc on your entire plumbing system. And it doesn’t matter if the tree [...]

By |2020-10-09T14:48:46+00:00February 8th, 2017|Drains, Pipes, Sewers|
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