house smells like sewer when it rains
Bill Brink/January 20, 2020

The Reason Your House Smells Like Sewer When it Rains

It’s happened to all of us at least once — you wake up on a drizzly morning or walk into your home after driving on a rainy day and something doesn’t smell quite right. Instead of a fresh, clean, natural...
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Bill Brink/December 19, 2019

Telltale Signs You Have a Damaged Sewer Pipe

The sewer pipe installed in your home has what can only be described as a thankless job. Per TrenchlessPedia, sewer pipes work as the “conduit for the elimination of waste materials,” which is a nicer way of saying that they...
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Bill Brink/November 19, 2019

What to do if You Smell a Gas Leak

When used and installed correctly, natural gas is convenient and safe. But gas leaks can happen in even the best systems. These leaks can lead to physical symptoms, and carbon monoxide poisoning is a danger if it goes unchecked. Both...
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Bill Brink/October 16, 2019

How to Find a Water Leak Underground

Nearly every homeowner has to deal with a water leak at some time or another. It’s one thing to deal with a water leak that happens inside your home, but a slab leak is a different matter. This happens out...
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Bill Brink/September 26, 2019

Why Trenchless Pipe Lining is a Better Option

One of the biggest property-owning headaches settles in when aging water pipes start causing problems.  They can develop gradually as pinpoint leaks expand into larger problems, or can dramatically burst, flooding your property. San Diego, in particular, has an issue...
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