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Sewer Pipe Relining: What It Is and How It Can Solve Your Problems

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Over time, sewer pipes will fail due to a variety of internal and external forces. Tree roots, soil expansion and contraction, channel erosion, foundation cracking, corrosion, calcification, and even "micro" earthquakes are all destructive influences that will spell the end of a sewer pipe's useful lifespan.

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Plumbing Traps and Your Home: Why You Need Them and What You Should Know

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The next time you use your bathroom or kitchen sink, take a quick peek beneath at the pipes that drain the fixture. These curvy pipes, known as traps or interceptors, serve an important purpose and are essential to the health and safety of household occupants. Below is more information about these essential plumbing components:

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Popcorn Popping Noise in a Water Heater: Causes and Solutions

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Water heaters are supposed to be fairly silent, but some water heaters can make a lot of noise. Popping, crackling and banging noises are a fairly common problem in water heaters, especially in older appliances. This is especially true of water heaters in areas that have hard water, which is a common problem in San Diego. If your water heater is inexplicably noisy and you'd like to fix that, a few easy DIY steps can help.

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Two Signs That Your Steel Pipes Need Replacing

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Plumbing pipes can last a long time. Copper pipes are made to last for up to about 70 years, and CPVC varieties can last for 75 years. However, galvanized steel pipes do not last as long, and they usually begin to deteriorate around the 40- or 50-year mark.

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