Avoid Clogging Your Drains

The flow of waste is sometimes clogged by sags in sewage pipelines. If a lot of debris gets backed up by a sagged line, it could require a $10,000-$20,000 backhoe job. When an old, large tree is nearby, its roots will look for the nearest water system. If a root pierces the pipeline, it can cause the root to swell over time and bust the pipeline. This can be avoided with routine maintenance, and the use of a power snake to pull out roots if penetration is known; though this is best done by a professional. Drain clogs are further explained in the video.

If you need maintenance or repairs on your sewage pipeline, call Rapid Rooter Plumbing at (916) 448-2672. Throughout Sacramento, we offer trenchless sewer repair, drain cleaning, and other plumbing services.

Your Options for Sewer Line Replacement

While some homeowners can perform minor plumbing tasks, the vast majority of drain cleaning and sewer line repairs should be done by licensed professionals. Otherwise, any problems involving leaks or clogs might only be made worse due to ...
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Commercial Plumbing Services from Rapid Rooter

Whenever you are having plumbing issues in your business building or factory, the Rapid Rooter Plumbing crew will be there on the double to fix the problem. Around the clock, seven days a week, our team of highly trained professionals are responding ...
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Homeowner's Guide to Tankless Water Heaters

If you'd prefer not to rely on a big basement tank for hot water, you should consider a tankless water heater. In many ways, the latter is more durable and efficient, but it also has its drawbacks. Therefore, you should weigh the pros and cons ...
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The Benefits of Trenchless Sewer Repair

When you uproot a stretch of ground to replace a broken sewer, it can make a big mess around the property in question. Digging up sewage lines the old-fashioned way is also time consuming, labor intensive, and costly. Fortunately, there's an ...
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Real Plumbing from Rapid Rooter

Sometimes you start the day without imagining that you'll need a plumber, but then it happens. Either your heat tank fails or one of your toilets, sinks, or tubs get clogged, and you suddenly find yourself with a problem that you can't fix on ...
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Preventing Clogs in Your Drains

When a sink or bathtub fails to drain, it's likely due to a buildup of foreign elements. In some cases, you can prevent clogs with the following methods. Protect Drains To prevent matter that causes clogs from getting into your drain, keep things ...
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Common Problems with Water Heaters

A water heater is basically a 30-60 gallon tank that receives cold water, heats it up, and sends it out. Two of the most common problems with water heaters are odor and lack of heat. The rotten egg-like odor that sometimes stems from water tanks is ...
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What Is Efficient Plumbing?

Your plumbing system determines the amount of water used in your home. Efficient plumbing practices minimize your water consumption by reducing incoming water needs as well as recycling gray water for other purposes. In this video, you will learn how ...
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How to Stop a Leaky Pipe

You are about to head out for work when you hear the drip, drip, drip that is synonymous with a leaky pipe. You don't have a lot of time and you know you won't be able to get the plumber out for a service visit until later today at the ...
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