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JC Plumbing’s Frequently Asked Plumbing Questions

 

Drain Maintenance and Sewer Cleaning

Sewers and drains are some of the most essential parts of a household or business premise. This is because it is only through these drains and sewers that all the waste is disposed. This article seeks to show how drain maintenance and sewer cleaning is simple yet essential. (Read more…)

 

High Pressure Water Jetting

High pressure water jetting has gained popularity all over world, which has made high pressure water jetting the most modern way to clean surfaces. The reason behind its popularity in the society it’s easy to use nature coupled with the fact that it makes it easy to get high pressure water. (Read more…)

 

Plumbing Backflow Protection

Backflow is a plumbing term used to refer to unwanted reverse flow of water. This backflow of water is normally considered disastrous as it leads to the contamination of water supplies. Once water supplies are contaminated, they automatically become unhealthy and if any person comes into contact with this water, the probability of falling sick is heightened. (Read more…)

 

Plumbing Repairs and Replacement

Carrying out plumbing repairs and replacement is crucial to the composition of any plumbing related equipment. Plumbing repair and replacement involves proper maintenance and ensuring that plumbing devices are in mint working condition in addition to functioning at their best level. (Read more…)

 

Plumbing Video Camera Inspection

Plumbing is essential an activity that requires due care and is also an activity that requires the person responsible to be well equipped and in a position to handle whatever the plumbing system throws at them. Over the years, plumbing experts have actually managed to develop various ways of keeping track of the activities that are taking place in the plumbing systems without having to be personally present. (Read more…)

 

Septic Pumping and Grease Trap Management

A septic system is a highly efficient, self-contained, underground waste water treatment system. Because septic systems treat and dispose of household waste water onsite, they are often more economical than the centralized sewer systems in rural areas where lot sizes are larger and houses are spaced widely apart. Grease traps on the other hand are also known as grease interceptors, grease recovery devices and grease converters. (Read more…)