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When to Hire a Professional Drain Cleaner

Posted by Peak Sewer on December 31, 2019

Clogged drains are a fact of life when it comes to the utilization of modern plumbing. While it may seem tempting to correct your drainage issues yourself in order to save money, oftentimes DIY attempts may cause more problems than they were meant to fix. Ignoring the problem won’t make…Read More Here!

How to Prevent Your Home’s Sewer Line From Freezing

Posted by Peak Sewer on December 15, 2019

Edmonton’s freezing winter months can wreak havoc on your house and your home’s sewer lines are no exception. Often overlooked when preparing your home for winter, a frozen sewer line can cause a lot of damage and stress. Read more to learn about the signs of a frozen sewer line…Read More Here!

How To Maintain Catch Basins

Posted by Peak Sewer on November 15, 2019

Catch basins, also known as storm drains, are an important component in landscape drainage systems. Facilitating proper water drainage away from your home is integral in avoiding property damage. Standing water, pooling water, and heavy run-off of water around your home and property are a recipe for disaster. Not having…Read More Here!

Preparing Your Sump Pump for Winter in Alberta

Posted by Peak Sewer on November 1, 2019

Every Edmontonian knows that winter is not a season to be trifled with. While we take the necessary precautions to protect ourselves, our vehicles, and our homes from winter’s frigid temperatures, it’s important to take our plumbing into consideration as well. Having your pipes freeze during the winter can be…Read More Here!

Signs of a Broken Sewer Line

Posted by Peak Sewer on October 15, 2019

Being a homeowner means having to deal with all aspects of a house’s structure – especially the plumbing. It is all too easy to pay more attention to what we can see than what exists behind walls and underground. However, ignoring your sewer line’s health can have expensive consequences. Being…Read More Here!