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Broken Sewer Trap Causes Sewer Smell In House

Broken Sewer Trap Causes Sewer Smell In House

A broken sewer trap can create many different issues for a property owner. Besides waste water leaking out, and stoppages being created, sewer gases can escape. Sewer gases can fill an entire home with noxious odors, and create quality of life issues for you and your...

House Sewer Trap Replaced With New Double Vent Sewer Trap

House Sewer Trap Replaced With New Double Vent Sewer Trap

A sewer trap pit was causing a busy and popular Queens restaurant a lot of distress. They were experiencing both a sewer smell and foul smelling water in their pit. One would normally think that the house sewer was broken or defective. [highlight]This is an example of...

A Sewer Smell In House Has Three Main Causes

A Sewer Smell In House Has Three Main Causes

A sewer smell in house can be very annoying and even exasperating for the typical homeowner. In some cases a sewer smell can even be found just outside one's home. For a person unfamiliar with common plumbing problems, a sewer smell problem in a house can be difficult...

Sewer Trap Replacement For A Busy Queens Pizzeria

Sewer Trap Replacement For A Busy Queens Pizzeria

Sewer trap replacement work for a house drain can be required for various reasons. A sewer trap can rot out or break. Sometimes it can be mishandled and it may crack or break. In other cases the covers will no longer fit tightly back on. It that case foul sewer water...

Sewer Gate Valves from Balkan Are Unique

Sewer Gate Valves from Balkan Are Unique

A sewer valve is unique and designed differently than any other type of water valve or gate valve. A valve used to prevent 'backwater' (waste water) from entering into a building from the public sewer system is exposed to corrosive water, waste, grit, and other...

Can You Repair A Septic Sewer System In NYC?

Can You Repair A Septic Sewer System In NYC?

Septic systems are rarely found inside the five boroughs of NYC. Almost all areas have a public sewer system fronting their property at this time which they are connected to. There are some exceptions such as Douglaston Manor which is located in Northeast Queens....