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Reasons to Replace Your Sewer Line in Salt Lake City

Reasons to Replace Your Sewer Line in Salt Lake City Are you stressed out about sewer line replacement? With all the current technology available in today’s day and age, there are convenient options available that make the process easy and hassle-free. From pipe lining and pipe bursting to trenchless sewer repair methods, the team at … Continued

How Long Do Water Heaters Last?

We get a lot of calls from customers asking us how long their water heater should last. Some people want to get a water heater replacement before theirs causes any problems, while others want to see how long they can make their current one last. Most water heaters last somewhere between 6 and 13 years. … Continued

Fixing a Clogged Drain When Drano isn’t Enough

Your drain is clogged, so you did what many homeowners do: you reached for the Drano. Sometimes, that will solve your problem. Ultimately, however, using a chemical drain cleaner usually isn’t your best bet. These products frequently don’t work, and they contain extremely dangerous chemicals. When they make contact with the skin or are ingested … Continued

When Plumbing Noises are Serious!

Your plumbing may make noises all the time. Many homeowners just get used to the sounds that their system makes and don’t even think about them anymore. However, some plumbing noises can indicate a problem in the system. While the problems may not seem urgent because there’s not a plumbing emergency, they all indicate issues … Continued

7 Signs You Need Your Sewer or Drain Cleaned in Salt Lake City

A clogged sewer drain can become a big problem really fast! Because the clog blocks the pipe where all of the waste from your home flows into the main city sewer line, none of that nasty water will have a place to go. It may sit in the line or even flow backward into your … Continued

8 Signs You Need Sewer Repair

Sewer leaks are a worst-nightmare scenario for many homeowners. After all, it can be expensive to fix and it can cause major (and majorly smelly!) damage to your home. Sewer leaks can also attract unwanted pests, cause health issues, or slowly destroy your foundation. If you catch the problem quickly, though, you can often get … Continued