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3 Signs That You Need to Replace Your Sewer Line

Do you own an older home? How long has it been since you thought about the pipe that connects your home to the city sewer system? Most people probably rarely, if ever, think about their sewer line. It's buried and out of sight, so there's not much to consider on a daily basis. When your sewer line eventually starts to fail, it needs to be repaired as soon as possible in order to avoid worse consequences.

Indications That The Sewer Line From Your Home Might Be Blocked

The sewer lines that move waste from your home may not be allowing water and other waste to move through them properly. A blockage in the line is sometimes hard to detect, but there are some things you may see every day that indicate a problem that you should look at.  Slow Drains A single slow drain can be caused by something simple like food or hair, but if all the drains in the house are working very slowly, you more than likely have a problem with the sewer line.

Think You Want A Septic System Installed? Check The Land And Get An Estimate

If you are considering building a home or building on a piece of property but the contractors are worried about how well a septic system would work, and you don't want to hook up to a main city sewer line, there are some things you want to look into. You want to know for sure that you can make the septic system work, and that this will be a feasible option for the property.

Stop Flushing These 5 Things Down Your Toilet Before It's Too Late

This may come as a surprise, but just because you can flush something does not mean you should. While modern plumbing is truly a marvel and toilets have powerful flushing mechanisms, not everything is good for your septic system or your municipal waste water treatment center.  1. Dental Floss: Little known fact, don't flush floss. While you try to say that ten times fast, toss the floss in the trash can.

What To Know About Caring For Your Grease Traps

Restaurants will have extremely intensive plumbing needs. This is due to the large amounts of water that are used by these establishments along with the amount of grease and food that may enter the restaurant's drains. There are specially designed grease traps that can intercept these substances. Regularly having these traps pumped can be an essential form of maintenance, but new restaurant managers may fail to appreciate the importance of this work.