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What Causes Scale in Sewer Pipes?

If your office building or home was built more than 40 years ago, there’s a good chance that your sewer system includes cast-iron pipes. While sturdy, cast-iron pipes are also prone to developing scale and corrosion on the pipe interior over time, which can impact the pipe’s ability to function normally. What is Scale? In…
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Your Sewer Lines Are Ready for Their Close-Up

If you suspect that there are problems with the septic lines at your home or business, you might be concerned that they will need to be dug up for a sewer specialist to determine where the issue lies. While this may have been necessary in the past, today sewer repair companies like EcoClean are able…
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What to Do if Your Sewer Pipes Burst

Any type of burst pipe can lead to a water leak, which can cause significant property damage to your home. However, water from a burst sewer line has the potential to cause even more harm. That’s because water from your septic system contains sewage, which can contaminate any surface it comes into contact with, such…
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Why Does My Toilet Fill So Slowly?

Slow-filling toilet tanks are a common problem for homeowners. While it’s not as problematic as an over-flowing or backed-up toilet, it can be annoying, especially if it sometimes requires flushing a second time for the water to completely return to the normal fill level. Here are some common sources of a slow-filling toilet, and tips…
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