Wednesday, August, 13th, 2014 at 9:06 am by siteadmin
Categories: Drain and Sewer Tags: Trenchless, Williamsport
The sewer line that runs underneath your home and joins the municipal sewer line down the center of the street is buried in a trench. Nobody wants the sewer system of their home near to the surface, so this is the right spot for sewer line placement. However, the location does present a problem when it comes time to replace a worn-out sewer line that is starting to develop breaks and leaks.
Monday, July, 21st, 2014 at 1:16 pm by siteadmin
Categories: Drain and Sewer Tags: Septic Repair, Williamsport
For homes that do not have access to a municipal sewer system and waste treatment plant, a septic system is indispensable for removal of wastewater from a home. As with any waste disposal system, a septic system must remain in good repair so that it works efficiently, keeps your home and property clean, and does not cause health risk from exposure to bacteria and waste solids.
Friday, June, 13th, 2014 at 11:49 am by siteadmin
Categories: Drain and Sewer Tags: Drain Cleaning, Video Inspection, Williamsport
Drain cleaning may sound like a simple process, which is why many homeowners make the mistake of using store-bought bottles of chemicals to do the job. But no professional plumber uses these “cleaners” in his or her work...
Tuesday, September, 4th, 2012 at 8:45 am by siteadmin
Categories: Plumbing Tags: Drain Tile System, Hancock, Plumbing, Rohrersville, Washington County, Williamsport
A drain tile system uses perforated pipes to move water away from the foundation of your Williamsport home. The primary reason for having a drain tile system installed is to prevent water from collecting in your basement.