Author: Clear Pipe

It can be incredibly distressing to find yourself standing with water halfway up your ankles when you’re just trying to take a shower. If you’re brushing your teeth or washing your face in the sink, the last thing you want is dirty water hanging out and splashing into your eye.   If you’re like most […]

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  A sump pump is your basement or garage’s first line of defense against flooding. Situated in the lowest area of the room in which they’re installed, they quickly dispose of any gathering water in the room before flooding occurs. Most of us will pay no attention to this vital vanguard of home defense and […]

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First Signs a Sewer Line is Starting to Clog Until you have experienced it, you may not take notice of the telltale warning signs of your house approaching a sewer line clog. We expect our modern conveniences to function without needing our attention but unseen problems tend to hide some of our biggest issues. Responding […]

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Our relation to functional sewer lines can be described all too well by the old saying, “Out of sight, out of mind.” That is, a functioning sewer line is like a silent hero that quietly disposes of the liquids in our home, day in and day out, without so much as a thank you from […]

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Having a clog in your home can be frustrating to say the least. We’ve all been in that situation where we have to deal with a clogged toilet. Naturally, most of us reach for the plunger which is usually a good enough option. But sometimes we feel especially lazy about unclogging our toilets, and our […]

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Did you know that Clear Pipe offers maintenance services for restaurants in your area? Can you imagine what would happen if a pipe were to clog in your restaurant? Our team has seen it all, and it’s never a pretty sight: A foul odor, odd colored liquids leaking out of your floor, flies, people “snapchatting” […]

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Unclogging your drain doesn’t always mean a call to the plumber or leaving your comfortable house to drive to the store. Baking soda and vinegar aren’t just useful for science experiments, this powerful combination of household chemicals can also clean your drains. Got a clogged drain? Easily clean it by following this step-by-step method. Step […]

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Trenchless sewer repair is a great option for anyone wanting to avoid the lengthier and costlier method of digging a trench to replace the pipe. CIPP, also known as “Cured-In-Place Pipe” is a method that avoids the trench by digging a single access point and placing the new pipe in from there. Now you might […]

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