1. Trenchless Pipe Repair: Pipe Relining vs. Pipe Bursting

    Up until the last two decades or so, repairing a damaged sewer line was a nasty affair — diagnosing the problem was hard enough on its own, but then the time came to fix the sewer line, it would require a hefty excavation project that could very well tear up a yard’s thoughtful landscaping to an…Read More

  2. 3 Signs You Might Have Sewer Damage

    At Sewer Solutions, you can bet that we know a thing or two about home plumbing. Essentially, all of the pipes, drains, fixtures, and other plumbing components connect to one source — your main sewer line. Since this is the main route through which the waste leaves your house, we shouldn’t have …Read More

  3. Is Your Septic System an Environmental Hazard?

    While most Seattle homes are connected to the public sewers, a few still utilize a septic system. These systems are fine as long as the homeowners arrange for regular pumping. Unfortunately, some homeowners fail to do this. This leads to runoff that may be hazardous. We’ll explain how septic syst…Read More