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Driveway Leaking Water?

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

Driveway Leaking Water? Call an Emergency Plumber ASAP!

Driveway leaking water can be the sign of a big plumbing problemWater service lines can suddenly leak due to a wide variety of factors. These include age, change in temperature, the type of pipe material used, shifting of the ground, soil conditions and even the growth of the roots of a tree.

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How to do a Trenchless Sewer Repair

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

How to do a Trenchless Sewer Repair

sewer problem san diego caThe charm of a house depends largely on how it is maintained. The older the house, pricier the sewer repairs. Things like sewer lines face severe damages over the years and traditional methods can often be very disruptive, spoiling the entire landscape of your house. But it is possible to do a trenchless sewer repair. How? Check it out.

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24 hour Plumber in San Diego

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

Have the Best 24-hour Plumber in San Diego on Speed Dial for Emergencies

Vista Emergency PlumbingThere’s nothing worse than coming home after a long day at work, or waking up in the middle of the night, to find a plumbing problem in your home — one that you certainly cannot resolve on your own, regardless of your efforts (or your spouse’s). With your usual routine disrupted, that plumbing problem has now thrown a wrench into the rest of your plans and tasks for the day — and that can definitely ruin the entire household’s activities as well.

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Signs You Have a Sewer Line Problem at Home

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

Sewer Line Issue Surfacing?sewer problem san diego ca

Your home’s plumbing system is one of its essential parts that is often overlooked until a problem arises. It handles a wide variety of tasks, and when you have a sewer line problem at hand, basic tasks like maintaining hygiene, washing clothes and preparing meals can become complicated and inconvenient.

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How Long Does a Bathroom Repipe Take?

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

How Long Does a Bathroom Repipe Take?

RepipingThere are several key factors when it comes to the time needed for a bathroom repipe. Those pipes were installed in the home years ago and were never designed to last forever. It was much easier to install them when the house was being built because the contractors were still working in most cases without walls or flooring. Now that the house is complete and the pipes are hidden, the challenge is exposing all the pipes and replacing them correctly. Here are just a few things that can affect the time needed for this project to be completed.

The first thing to consider is where your bathroom is located in the house. If your home has one floor with a basement, the plumbing contractor can access the pipes under the floor much more easier. They will still have to remove some of the walls to access the pipes, but when they get in the basement they can often work with the pipes much more easily. The problem begins with bathrooms on higher floors. The pipes run between floors, requiring the plumbing specialist to have to either remove the ceiling below or the floor in the bathroom to assess certain sections. In this case you could be without that bathroom for at least five days while the job is completed.

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How do I know if my home needs to be repiped?

Posted by: Katherine Harvey

Signs Your Home needs To be Repiped

 

RepipeRepiping your home may be required depending on your circumstance. Many homes will eventually require some sort of repiping due to the pipes becoming old, and ceasing to function properly depending on the amount of use. Checking the status of your pipes is important as many people today have a tendency to take matters, such as plumbing, for granted. This is a mistake, as neglected pipe maintenance can eventually lead to disaster, that may be costly. Let’s now look at how to know when to replace your pipes to avoid complications.

One of the first signs that your pipes are in need of replacement, is when you turn your faucet all the way on, and stream of water comes out instead of a full-on blast of water. This lack of water pressure is a strong indicator that there may be something wrong with your pipes.

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