1. 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

  2. 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

  3. Why Storm Drain Cleaning Is Important

    Rising water in the Seattle area isn’t exceptionally common, but it does occur. In public areas, this can cause massive damage, especially to stationary vehicles. Storm drains are essential for ensuring these areas don’t become flooded. Storm drain cleaning is a vital process that ensures the …Read More

  4. The Wonders of a Camera Sewer Inspection

    The arrival of the new year is a time to reflect on what we are grateful for in our lives. Do you know what Sewer Solutions is grateful for? We are thankful for our Seattle clients. We are also thankful for modern technology that makes our job easier. This includes the video equipment that makes ca…Read More

  5. Can You Repair a Sewer Pipe Under a Swimming Pool?

    A sewer inspection may reveal a leaky pipe located beneath your swimming pool. Does this mean you have to drain and demolish your beloved and expensive pool to access the pipe? We’ll explain how modern technology can repair sewer pipes under a pool with minimal disruption and digging. How Swim…Read More

  6. When to Repipe a Pressurized Water Line

    Pressurized water pipes are a major component in a municipal sewer system. It delivers water from the city supply to your kitchen, bath, laundry, and outdoor irrigation. Homeowners may experience low water pressure in any of these areas from time to time. This may be a sign that it’s time to repi…Read More

  7. Septic to Sewer Conversion: The Process at a Glance

    In our August post, we discussed the difference between a Sewer line and septic system. This time around, we wanted to talk about the septic to sewer conversion process. More homeowners are opting to make this investment, mainly due to the maintenance-free benefits of a sewer. What’s Involved? T…Read More