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Prepare Your Plumbing for this Winter

In the U.S., the second highest insurance claim filed is water damage due to burst pipes. Just because you file the claim with the insurance does not mean you will get reimbursed. Insurance companies are picky because they are about profits rather

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How Does Spray Coating Pipes Work?

What if your pipes were in major danger and you didn’t even know it? You can’t always get a good look at your pipes. And even when you can, you may not notice issues with corrosion and oxidation before it’s

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How Does Cured-in-Place-Pipe Work

According to market research, the cured-in-place-pipe market is expected to grow by 5.1% and reach a value of $3.1 billion in 2027. One of the reasons that it’s growing so quickly is because of how popular and effective it is.  But

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Repairing and Coating vs. Replacing Pipes

Did you know that commercial pipes have a lifespan? When the pipes in your commercial building near the end of their life, you’ll experience more failures. These problems can lead to increased maintenance costs. You’ll eventually have to decide between repairing

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Relining Pipes with Primus Line: The Advantages

If you’ve noticed problems with the pressure, taste, or smell of the water in your home, your pipes may be succumbing to age and decay. On average, more than 300 gallons flow through them every day, and they pick up every problem caused

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Why it’s Important to Do Regular Grease Trap Cleaning

Fats, oils, and grease are the number one reasons why kitchens drains are slowed or completely clogged up. If you have ever worked inside of a restaurant, you’re probably already familiar with grease traps, as they are extremely important for kitchens to

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How to Prepare Your Home for Pipe Repairs

Small plumbing leaks can waste a whopping 10,000 gallons of water each year. Most leaks occur due to dripping faucets, old toilet flappers, worn or damaged showerheads, and other appliances. These problems are relatively easy to fix, but we tend to ignore

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How Does Sewer Pipe Relining Work?

Did you know that the average household flushes its toilet about 5 times a day? That can add up to over 1,800 flushes a year. With so much waste whooshing through your pipes day in and day out, it’s important

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