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Pipe Bursting & Sewer Line Replacement

Most professionals consider pipe bursting to be the superior sewer repair option because it is environmentally-friendly, long-lasting and offers a quick turnaround. Plus—and perhaps most importantly for home-owners—trenchless pipe bursting creates the least amount of disturbance to the surrounding area, and therefore projects that take days when you need to dig a trench can often be completed in just a few hours.

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Commercial Plumbing Tips

Pipe Spy has been solving complex plumbing problems for our customers since 1998. We would like to share some of the lessons we've learned over the years when it comes to commercial plumbing, including the unique regulations and surprising challenges that may arise on a commercial property.

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Storm Drain Repair and Clog Prevention

We encourage all our customers to take regular preventative steps that maintain the integrity of their storm drains. But if a storm drain does become damaged, it’s important for home owners and property managers to fix it as soon as possible, especially before the rainy season begins.

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How Plumbing Efficiency Saves Money and Supports Water Conservation Efforts

Many of us are more concerned than ever with conserving natural resources and reducing our carbon footprint. As a plumbing and sewer contractor, water conservation is an especially important issue to our team, as it is for most Californians—and in particular, Bay Areans. We have dealt with countless water and draught-related issues over the years, so conserving water has become one of the top “green” priorities here.

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How to Clean a Sewer Line

Your toilet water is bubbling, your water is backing up in the tub, your kitchen sink’s drain is making strange noises... It’s starting to sound like you need to clean your sewer line. In the spirit of “Spring Cleaning,” here’s what you need to know in order to fix a sewage headache.

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How to be Eco-Friendly in the Plumbing and Sewer Industry

Although our industry is NOT known for its contributions to the environment, we have a unique opportunity to affect the sustainability of our communities through eco-friendly plumbing and sewage business practices. Pipe Spy and other sewage contractors work at the intersection of buildings (which account for about 40% of U.S. energy consumption) and water (a limited resource). This means that our work, if done purposefully, can help reduce energy use, save fresh water, reduce carbon emissions, and more.

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