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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!

When to Consider a Sewer Camera Inspection

Posted by Peak Sewer on October 1, 2019

It’s hard to know what is happening in your sewage system. With so many pipes buried underground and trapped in your home’s foundation, how can you possible know what kind of condition your sewage system is in or if there are any underlying problems? Thankfully, sewer camera inspections can provide…Read More Here!

What is Daylighting and What Are the Benefits?

Posted by Peak Sewer on September 15, 2019

Edmontonians are no strangers to road construction, and we are more than accustomed to the sights of torn up roads and exposed pipelines. Not only do these processes have a visual impact, but the time it takes to dig up a pipe, let alone repair it, affects getting to where…Read More Here!

The Most Common Causes of Sewer Backups in Edmonton

Posted by Peak Sewer on September 3, 2019

Sewer backups are a serious plumbing issue and can require costly and time-consuming repairs. If you’re worried about a potential backup in your home, here are the signs to look for and common reasons why a sewer backup may occur. What Are Sewer Backups? Sewer backups occur when an item…Read More Here!