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Are you considering pipe coating versus pipe replacement? It's crucial to know the difference between the two, so that you can make an informed decision. First up, pipe coating is a viable and cost-effective solution to maintaining the integrity of your pipelines. By providing a continuous protective lining, not only can you save your existing pipeline through positive internal corrosion and prevention, for a fraction of the total replacement cost, but there are lots of other benefits involved, as well! These include, but are not limited to: Increased pipeline flow Reduced energy costs Reduced use of inhibitors Reduced maintenance Reduced…

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Here are the top five questions to ask yourself during a bathroom remodel! What is your budget? The ultimate question that needs to be addressed in every home improvement project before anything else is how much can we spend on this remodel. Whether you are updating your basement, adding a new room to your home or completely gutting your bathroom, you need to create a budget and stick to it. Budgets don’t only keep contractors under control, but it makes sure homeowners stay within their absolute needs before it is too late. What do I want? Before jumping into your…

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Are you considering plastic sewer pipes, for your home or business? First, it’s important to know what these handy-dandy pipes ARE, exactly. What are plastic sewer pipes? Plastic sewer pipes are made from either ABS and PVC. Their smooth surface provides excellent carrying capacity of waste and makes them resistant to tree root intrusion. This type of piping must be installed carefully, however, as plastic is not as strong as other materials and can bend or collapse if not sufficiently supported with sand or gravel. What are the benefits of installing plastic sewer pipes? Plastic sewer pipes are very lightweight…

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There are several effective ways to clear a clogged drain! Here are just some of them. Boil hot water. Try attacking your clog with boiling water. Why? Hot water won't do it — boiling is the key to dissolving any organic matter in your sink. A few words of warning, however: Don't use boiling water if you have PVC pipes, as the heat could cause their joints to loosen. Use a plunger. It’s probably time for a plunger if your sink or other drains are so clogged with debris that no liquid is flowing through. Make sure that you have…

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