Drainage Inspections
Are you buying a home? Have you inspected the drainage system before taking the ultimate decision? Most people do not consider the drainage system when evaluating a house’s worth. The truth is that a house may incur more costs in repairing damaged pipelines than the renovation of its exterior. It is only wise to check
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Common Summer Plumbing Problems You Should Be Aware Of

With summertime and its glorious sun, the weather has become amazingly warm. You are now more likely to pack up your work at the end of a long tiring day and go to the beach for a swim or to fire up the grill. Needless to say, what you don’t want in such warm weather

Your Definitive Guide to Grease Traps

When grease, oil, and fat are poured into the sink and go down the drain, overflow and sewer blockages may occur. Overflows cause the sewage in its raw form to be spilled onto sidewalks and city streets along with storm drains, which ultimately end up in the bay or on your property. This is a
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Some truths about pipeline inspection cameras

Is the kitchen the heart of your home? It is the place where you share meals, bake cookies, and have awesome conversations. Well, the heart of the home definitely sounds like a great description. What if the actual heart of your home was not something you could touch or even see? Your plumbing team might

Your basic guide to a pipe inspection system

Did you know that an average household can leak up to 10,000 gallons of water? If you combine all the wasted water in the country, it amounts to 1 trillion gallons. On average, this is how much 11 million homes use on average. Aside from a lot of water being wasted, can you imagine paying
Pipe inspection system
Often, a pipe inspection system represents a substantial investment for the majority of small businesses. In return, they provide unique marketing and diagnostic potential that may either earn or save a significant amount of money for your business. The task of selecting the right system for your needs must be undertaken with serious attention to

Maxprobe is here to stay

The Maxprobe drain camera is an evolving unit that frequently being enhanced. When it was initially launched in 2015, this CCTV inspection system had a relatively standard camera head in comparison to the standard of today. Since January 2017, the camera head has been upgraded to a 44mm self-leveler, with integral Sonde inside the camera