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What to Know About Minnesota Septic System Compliance

Minnesota has specific regulations you need to comply with regarding your septic system, and our team of experts is here to provide all the details.

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How Does a Septic System Work?

If your home has a septic system, you should have a solid understanding of how it works to maintain it properly. While a correctly designed and installed septic system can last for decades, it does require periodic inspections and maintenance to function optimally. 

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6 Ways You Can Conserve Water in Your Home

As utility bills continue to climb in Minnesota, you may be looking for practical ways to reduce your expenses as much as possible. One way to trim some of off of your water bill is to conserve water. There are several ways you can either reduce water consumption or make your plumbing system more efficient.

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6 Reasons Your Dishwasher Might Be Clogged

Dishwashers make washing dishes easy, but there is nothing easy about them when food, paper, and scraps clog up a dishwasher and cause a backup. The occasional clog is normal considering the job a dishwasher does on a regular basis. However, a backup of dirty water is a problem no one wants.

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What Is That Smell Coming Out of My Drains?

Is there a foul stench emanating from your kitchen sink? Perhaps your bathtub smells strikingly like a sewer? If you’re detecting awful odors in areas of your home that have water faucets, there’s a strong likelihood that the stink you smell is coming from your drains. Let’s explore some of the reasons for the stink in your drainage system and all the stink-blasting tactics you need to know below.

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What Is an Agricultural Drain & How Can It Damage Your Home?

Agricultural drains are designed to improve subsurface soil drainage, increase soil aeration, lower high water tables, and enable faster soil drying, especially in spring. Although these artificial subsurface drainage systems do a lot of good things for both residential and commercial properties, they can also cause damage.

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7 Signs Your Building Needs Commercial Sewer Cleaning

Sewer cleaning is not the most glamorous side of running a business; nonetheless, it's something that every commercial operation must take care of. Many commercial buildings have sewer lines that handle a very high volume of waste on a daily basis. Unfortunately, they often handle waste items that should never find their way into the plumbing system in the first place.

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How to Unclog a Toilet Fast

Ah, the undeniable, choked-up gurgle of a toilet struggling to flush. Few sounds can trigger instant dismay and disgust quite like that distinctive, constricted bubbling. Luckily, diagnosing the issue and unclogging a toilet isn't usually a major ordeal. There are lots of ways to get the job done, and usually, it requires a couple of minutes at most.

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5 Common Causes of Blockages in Bathroom Drains & Simple Ways to Prevent Clogs

While a clogged drain can be problematic in the kitchen or the laundry room, a drain clog in the bathroom can be really nasty. Given the nature of the activities you and your family engage in throughout the day, every day, bathroom drain clogs are best avoided at all costs.

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6 Warning Signs of a Main Sewer Line Blockage

You may never see your main sewer line, but, like anything else in your home, the drain will require professional plumbing service from time to time. Drain Blaster Bill offers professional drain cleaning services that will fix any damaged or clogged drain line. We can identify problems in your entire drainage system and then provide the right solution to get your plumbing back on track. Below are some of the issues we look for when we inspect your pipes.

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