Home & Health Risks with Old Cast Iron Plumbing
How to Know if Your Home has Cast-Iron Plumbing? Homes built prior to the early 1980s have sanitary sewer systems beneath the home that are composed of cast-iron piping. Cast-iron plumbing that is exposed to the moisture in our Texas soil deteriorates or rusts over...
What Are The Benefits Of Trenchless Sewer Repair?
Your home will have one of two plumbing systems designed to eliminate the wastewater from your house. You will either have a septic tank system or you will be connected to your local municipality's water and sewage system. In either case, there will be the...
Early Detection of a Water Line Leak at your Business
A water line leak could close the doors of your business for hours or even days in order to arrange for repairs. Most businesses are not in a position to turn away customers, even for a brief period of time. Early detection of a water...
Life Expectancy of Cast Iron Sewer Systems
The age of a home can vary wildly, with some homes still sturdy after more than a century of use while others have just been completed and hope to still be around many decades from now. One of the dangers in homes that may only...
Why All Plumbers Don’t Offer Trenchless Plumbing Repair
Trenchless plumbing repair provides a number of benefits to homeowners, but not all plumbers offer these repair options. Exploring the reasons why some plumbers do not perform this service and understanding the benefits of trenchless repairs can help you make a good choice when it...
The Problem With A Broken Sewer Line
A broken sewer line can be highly problematic for an abundance of reasons. If you're a property owner who has any concerns that involve your sewer line, you should address them right away. Waiting around can often exacerbate delicate sewer line troubles. That can lead...
When Should I Have My Water Pipes Inspected?
A water line leak can be detrimental to your home or business. That's pure common sense. If you have reason to believe that there's a problem with your water line, however, it's in no way the end of the world. Your first course of action...
Traditional vs. Trenchless Plumbing Repair Work
Selecting a plumbing approach can sometimes be quite a difficult process for property owners. Many people feel comfortable with standard plumbing practices. Trenchless plumbing techniques, however, have been on the rise lately. People are relying on them more and more for an abundance of reasons....
7 Tips To Identify Early Slab Leak Detection
Early detection of a leaking slab is an element that you cannot ignore as a homeowner. Since there are no alarm systems to raise a warning about a problem in a slab, detecting a leak can become difficult. This often leads to the progress of...
Importance of Hiring a Professional Company for Commercial Plumbing Problems
A professional is the best choice to deal with your commercial plumbing problems. Although some problems may appear to be simple, this is not always the case. Most commercial businesses have a maintenance crew to make repairs and maintain equipment. However, a leak can be...
Slab leak repair for older homes
Repairing a leaky pipe is easy, but gaining access to the pipe may be quite a different story. Once the pipe is located, chiseling and cutting through six inches of concrete might be the next step. When you have an older home you can find yourself...
The Importance of a Full Sewer Line Inspection
Identifying a sewer line break can be the beginning of a larger problem for your home or business. Just fixing the problem is not going to be the only solution. It is important to have a full sewer line inspection to fix and provide information...