Plumbing and Sewer Repair Maintenance
How Often Should You Get Your Septic Tank Pumped?
Some Things You Should Know About Your Septic Tank Septic tanks are a significant component that maintains the smooth operation and safe waste disposal in residential and commercial buildings. Septic tanks use natural gravity forces to separate wastewater into solid, grease, and watery mix. The solids, also known as sludge, go to the bottom of…Read More
What to Expect During a Plumbing Inspection
Why Get A Plumbing Inspection? A plumbing inspection is an essential part of any building or home improvement project in Southern California. Plumbing inspections ensure that a property’s plumbing system meets current safety and health standards. Professional plumbers like us perform plumbing inspections with the experience and knowledge to identify potential issues that may arise…Read More
What Causes Pipes to Leak?
A pipe leak is a tricky situation and a costly problem. If your home, business, or industrial building has corroded pipes from corrosion or lost connections to leaking water, it can result in significant issues with your structure. When it comes to plumbing leaks, improper use of a plunger doesn’t work when you have serious…Read More
Do You Need A Sewer Line Inspection?
Introduction to Sewer Line Inspection Your plumbing system is an essential aspect of your home and is critical in keeping your home functioning smoothly. One of the most crucial components of your plumbing system is your sewer line, which is responsible for transporting wastewater from your home to the city’s primary sewer system. Regular sewer…Read More
Top Reasons Why You Need to Go Trenchless
If you have ever had plumbing issues come up, you know how much of a pain it can be to address them. Thankfully, you now have the option of trenchless pipe repair. It is fast becoming the most popular method of pipe rehabilitation. When you look at the reasons people choose it over traditional repairs,…Read More
Myths About Trenchless Sewer Repair
Trenchless pipe lining is a reliable and affordable solution for sewer pipe rehabilitation. Nonetheless, there are numerous myths surrounding this sewer repair method, making some property owners hesitant about the process. The Sewer Surgeon, the most trusted name for trenchless sewer repair in Santa Ana, CA, will now debunk some of the myths about trenchless…Read More
Tips on How to Prevent Sewer Backups
Sewer backups are not only inconvenient, but they can also be quite expensive to rectify. While local plumbers like The Sewer Surgeon are always there to replace sewer lines if need be, there are some things you can do as a homeowner to maintain your sewer line’s integrity. Below, the go-to name for sewer repair…Read More
Trenchless Repairs VS Traditional Methods
It’s only natural for homeowners to always look for ways to save money on home repairs. And when it comes to repairing sewer lines, the traditional method of digging trenches can be quite expensive. The good news is that trenchless repairs offer a much more affordable alternative. As the leading name in trenchless sewer repair…Read More
The Top Causes of Sewer Damage
As the leading provider of sewer line replacement services in the community, The Sewer Surgeon has seen many cases of sewer damage. Through the years, we’ve observed the most common causes of this problem. While some are preventable, others simply can’t be helped. To help you understand and better prevent sewer issues, we will discuss…Read More
How Does a Septic Tank Work?
You don’t want to have your own septic tank system go wrong! So, how does a septic tank work?If you’re not sure about what’s going on with your system or if you need help maintaining it, contact us today! We’ll be happy to answer any questions and provide maintenance services if needed. A septic tank…Read More