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Are you a Winder homeowner with sewer line problems this is the right place for you! We are best known for Plumbing Contractor Atlanta but did you know that we have lay over ninety thousand sewer lines in the Atlanta metro area! Ridgeway Mechanical Inc. offer affordable Sewer Line Repair in Winder, GA.

Sewer Line problems are dismayed by homeowners everywhere. A broken sewer is not only embarrassing but it can be unsafe to the health of the occupants of the home and their neighbors. A leaky sewerpipe can be caused by trees that has grown through the pipes and other obstructions. Regardless of the type of sewer pipe you have it will cost you to fix it, but, if you have the trenchless sewer pipe system, the repair time will be quicker and easy. If you were lucky enough to notice a trouble before the line leaks, you can save yourself some money, trouble and embracement.

When you notice that your shower or kitchen are draining slowly you may consider using chemical like ‘drano’ to to fix the problem, but this can further the problem. In general slow drains one of many indicators of deeper plumbing problem. If you see the water level in the toilet bowl is higher than usual, this is an indicator of a deteriorating sewer line. Unusual odors and odd noises are yet another signal of pending sewer line problems. If you notice an boost in rodents around your yard you may need your sewer pipes looked at. Call in the professionals at Ridgeway Plumbing in Winder. At RidgewayPlumbingAtlanta.Com we provide Sewer Line Repair in Tucker, GA. and neighboring suburbs. Here are additional articles that may be of interest to those looking for Sewer Line Repair in Decatur, GA.

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Best Plumbing Tips of all Time

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Out with the old, in with the new, that’s the theme at the start of every new year but nothiong is different. Make a better plumbing experience part of your new year’s resolutions this year and save time, money and the environment with our master plumber’s plumbing tips. The challenge with being a homeowner is that a small, unnoticed plumbing problem can quickly turn into a plumbing emergency. That’s why it is important to always be vigilant and to carefully monitor every aspect of your plumbing system regularly. Great results come from regular maintenance and a proactive approach to your plumbing.

Top 10 Plumbing Tips of all Time

1. Dielectric unions are more… fitting

Many households use galvanic connections (copper and steel) with no plumbing tape or thread sealant to separate the two. This type of connection may work well for years, but suddenly start to corrode when the connection becomes tight. Instead, opt for dielectric unions to connect the fittings, using the steel and copper collars with isolation bushings to separate the steel and copper.

2. Prevent backflow

Ridgeway Mechanical plumbers always recommend backflow valves to our clients in order to prevent water from flowing in the opposite direction. We also recommend that, if you do a lot of yard work with your garden hose, that you install a vacuum breaker onto the hose bib.

3. Know your way around the plumbing system

A homeowner needn’t be a plumbing expert, but you should know where everything is, for example, your main shut-off valve, your water meter, your sewer, and your underground pipes. This knowledge will come in handy when you’re doing work around your home or when you run into a plumbing emergency.

4. Know your local plumbing code

Plumbing is a carefully regulated industry, with strict codes governing: who can do plumbing installations and repairs, the types of fittings and installations you can use, where fixtures can be placed in relation to other objects, and much more. If you’re a DIY expert, we recommend that you obtain a copy of the City’s plumbing code from the official website. Otherwise, speak to a professional plumber about it and be sure it’s done right.

5. Use professional-grade tools

Neat, well-functioning, water-tight joints require that you cut and fit it correctly. If you intend on doing your own plumbing repairs, invest in professional-grade tools, namely: reciprocating saw blades tubing cutters plastic pipe saw hacksaw blades. Be sure to remove any burrs leftover from sewing before you glue or solder the pipes.

6. Seal it tight

If a joint is glued or soldered, it doesn’t require sealant, but any other type of connection needs sealing. Use professional plumbing tape or brushable sealant that is specially formulated for galvanized steel or threaded plastic.

7. Always do a leak test

Whenever you do DIY plumbing repairs, be sure to do a leak test before you close up the hole or pack away your tools. Be sure to run water through the newly repaired fixture and drain it to check it there are any leaks.

8. Keep chemicals out of your septic system

The septic system uses good bacteria to break down waste, and adding chemicals to the mix will kill the bacteria and stop it from doing what it is supposed to do. It may even cause the system to fail. Don’t add anything to your system, not chemicals, not enzymes, not sugar and certainly no dead chickens! (yes, we’ve been asked about that…)

9. Be vigilant during cold spells

This winter saw, yet again, many homes with frozen pipes. Pay attention to the forecasts and take the necessary actions to prevent frozen pipes.

10. Perform regular maintenance

The key to a well-functioning plumbing system with few emergencies is regular maintenance. Check your home plumbing once a month for signs of leaks, clogged drains, and mold (especially in your basement). Rinse out all your drains with a mixture of bicarb and vinegar once every 3 months, and call Ridgeway Mechanical for a professional plumbing inspection during late summer, before you start winterizing again.

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