Archive for the ‘Sewers & Drains’ Category

Do I Have a Sewer Line Problem?

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Household plumbing and related problems are bad enough when the cause is staring you in the face.  At least then you have some idea of what comes next…trying to fix it yourself, shutting off the water supply, calling a plumber, etc. But what happens when you notice certain problems but can’t see what’s causing them? […]

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Is My Sewer Clogged?

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A clog in your underground sewer line is a very serious problem, especially if not detected in timely fashion. Once clogged, the water has no place to go.  That means it will flow backwards into your household plumbing. But since you can’t see what’s going on underground, how would you even know the above-ground problems […]

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How to Avoid a Clogged Bathtub Drain

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There are two basic ways to deal with a clogged bathtub or shower drain. The first is the time-honored tradition of doing absolutely nothing about it – until, that is, the clog is so bad, water simply refuses to go down the drain, or goes so slowly you can’t even bear to watch. We know […]

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How a Plumbing Inspection Can Save You Time and Money

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Admit it. You neglect your plumbing maintenance. Between work, getting kids to and from school, and all of life’s other more urgent events, you probably never give your poor old pipes a second thought. And why would you? Other than buying or selling a home, “Plumbing Inspection” is a phrase most homeowners probably never say […]

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How to Unclog Your Drain in Omaha & Council Bluffs

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Very few people immediately pick up the phone to call a plumber when a clogged drain “happens.”  Most of us are far more inclined to try fixing it ourselves, especially since most clogged drains can be cleared pretty quickly and with minimum effort. So the question isn’t really “if” you should try it on your […]

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How to Avoid Thanksgiving Clogged Drain Problems in Omaha

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If you’re a holiday shopper, chances are you’re just itching for Black Friday to come around.  For the uninitiated, that’s the day after Thanksgiving and also the second busiest shopping day of the year.  (Top shopping honors go to the day after Christmas.) Well, plumbing companies like Burton also call that day Black Friday, but […]

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