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5 Steps to reduce the possibility of sewer backup

5) Install a backwater-prevention valve – A backwater valve is a fixture installed into a sewer line, and sometimes into a drain line, in the basement of your home to prevent sewer backflows.

A properly installed and maintained backwater valve allows sewage to go out, but not come back in.
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5 Steps to reduce the possibility of sewer backup

4) Correct illegal plumbing connections – Do not connect French drains, sump pumps, and other flood-control systems to your sanitary sewer. It is illegal, and the debris and silt will clog your line.
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"Great service Fast and friendly, URA was great, Very nice and gave me great advice for a future water system."
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5 Steps to reduce the possibility of sewer backup

3) Replace your line with new plastic pipe – One way to prevent tree roots from entering your lines is to replace your line and tap with new plastic pipe.
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"Butter just came out to do our warranty check on our water heater. Chris, their plumber came. He was fabulous. Explained everything he was about to do. It was done in less than 1/2 hour. Solved our problem with the vibration of our hot water timer in addition to our check up. Would definitely recommend Butter Plumber! Kudos to butter plumbing to hire a quality employee like Chris!"
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5 Steps to reduce the possibility of a sewer backup

2) Dispose of paper products properly. – Paper towels, disposable (and cloth) diapers, and feminine produces can cause a great deal of trouble for your pipes.
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5 Steps to reduce the possibility of sewer backup

1) Dispose of grease properly – Cooking oil should be poured into a heat-resistant container and disposed of properly.. not in the drain.

As the grease cools, it will solidify in the drain or the line or the main sewer causing the line to constrict and eventually clog.
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"He [Rocky] was professional, knowledgeable, friendly, and knew what the problem was right away. He fixed the problem with our heater and solar panel. He is an asset to your company. We would definitely use your services again and will recommend the company."
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A water softening system installed in your plumbing can fix the hard water issue once and for all.

When installed by a professional, you can expect it to work for many years, and save you a great deal in the process.

http://www.butterplumbing.com/blog/3-benefits-water-softener/
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"My experience with Butter Plumbing was exceptional from the first phone call to payment. Everyone is cordial and professional and they really make you feel valued... We will definitely use them for any other plumbing needs."
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