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How to Keep Water Safer for NYC Residents
Most homeowners want to know “what else can I do to ensure that my water is safe for drinking?”. Where we cannot guarantee exactly what the city is doing on a larger scale, it is always suggested to start with the smallest of potential issues and work upwards with problems that may fall under your control.
Roots in Sewer Line Instant Fix
More than 50% of homes throughout Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan & the Bronx have a tree growing within 25’ of their property. Most people assume they are in the clear if the tree is not directly in front of their house or if the tree is not growing directly on top of their sewer line. Unfortunately this is not the case, most property owners become aware of these facts after the sewer line has failed, resulting in a terrible sewer backup.
Cease & Desist Notice Issued for Broken Sewer Brooklyn
We had replaced a water main for a single family brownstone in Brooklyn two years prior, to our surprise we received a call from them stating that the pipe was broken again and they received a DEP violation. After reviewing the violation it turned out that the problem was now with their sewer line which was not a complete surprise.
Sewer Backup Fixed with Pipe Repair
Three months later he called us in a panic and sent a few pictures of the current status. He hired a local plumber who was no longer able to clear the pipe. He said the blade was coming back shiny, which indicated that the pipe was completely separated and had to be replaced. The sewage started backing up in the trap as it h
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