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Who Replaces a Damaged Sewer Line: The Homeowner or the City?

Posted by Peak Sewer on August 1, 2021

When a sewer line breaks near your home, you may be tempted to assume that the city is responsible for the repair. This is not, however, always the case so it’s important to understand who replaces a sewer line when it becomes damaged. Keep reading to find out more about…Read More Here!

Plumbing Considerations for Older Homes

Posted by Peak Sewer on March 8, 2021

Are you looking to buy an older home? Do you already own one? Old houses can lead to a vast array of problems, including costly plumbing issues. The problem is, many plumbing issues can exist silently for many years. Pipes made of old materials and in dire condition may not…Read More Here!

What is a Backwater Valve and Do I Need One?

Posted by Peak Sewer on August 13, 2020

Within the structure of your home lies a complicated pattern of pipes, drains, valves and vents – better known as your plumbing system. How often do you inspect your home’s plumbing system? The answer for most homeowners is: “Not very often.” This is because most individuals don’t know what to…Read More Here!

Who is Responsible for Sewer Line Repairs?

Posted by Peak Sewer on February 15, 2020

When your home plumbing system connects with a municipal sewage system, confusion can arise as to who is responsible for what part of the system. The sewage line is part of the system that carries wastewater from your home, through plumbing to the city’s treatment plant. Part of that system…Read More Here!

How to Prevent Your Home’s Sewer Line From Freezing

Posted by Peak Sewer on December 15, 2019

The 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. What Causes Sewer Lines to Freeze? Water trapped in your sewer line…Read More Here!