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From monthly archives: May 2019

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'May 2019'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

The Benefits of A Drain Camera Inspection

Modern technology has combined with tried and true drain cleaning techniques to utilize drain cameras to resolve plumbing issues. These tiny, high-definition cameras can be attached to a thin, metal pipe that is inserted in the drain. The inserted material is flexible enough to even swing around 90 degree turns in your piping. These cameras are hugely beneficial to both the homeowner and the drain cleaning technician to allow for a successful diagnosis and fast repair. Below, let's examine some benefits of using drain camera technology.

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Multiple Drains Backing Up? It’s Time for Some Serious Sewer Blasting

Do you keep plunging your toilet or even your kitchen sink? Does it seem like it takes forever for the tub to drain? Is there an odd smell coming out of your washing machine? All of these are indications that your pipes are in need of a good drain cleaning and inspection. It’s time to give a plumbing professional like Drain Blaster Bill's Sewer and Drain Cleaning a call and sort out your problems for good.

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Common Drain Problems in Your Home

Drains exist in many rooms of the house. They are in bathrooms, the kitchen, and even the laundry room. Unfortunately, from time to time these drains can become clogged and back up. Troublesome clogs can create a cascade of problems in other areas of the home and can even lead to damaging flooding and costly pipe repairs. Being able to quickly identify the drain problem will help your drain cleaner with any necessary repairs. Below, let's examine some very common drain problems throughout the home.

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