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How Excavation Properly Restores Your Sewer and Drain Pipes

Excavating for sewer and drain repairs often comes with a negative connotation. Property owners want to avoid digging to preserve their landscaping and get the job done quickly. Unfortunately, not every sewer and drain repair works that way. While the Full Bore Trenchless team explores all possible solutions before recommending excavation, it is a necessary…

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Why Inspect Your Seattle Drains in the Spring

Seattle pipe inspection shouldn’t be reserved for when your plumbing system begins to malfunction. Scheduling a professional drain inspection for your home plumbing will allow you to detect small issues before they evolve into major catastrophes. After a long, cold winter, your pipes may have shifted or become misaligned. Either challenge can easily lead to…

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Why Excavation is an Important Pipe Repair Service

There are times where we can inspect and repair the pipes on your Seattle property through trenchless means. This means that we can access your pipes from one small area of your property and fix the problem. However, this is not always possible. There are times where we will need to excavate the pipe to…

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5 Benefits of Trenchless Repairs

While trenchless repairs have been around for several decades, this method of pipe repair has only continued to revolutionize the industry and grown to become a more practical method of repair. These repairs not only take less time than traditional techniques that require excavation, but they also are more efficient and accurate. Here are the…

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Are You at Risk from Lead Pipes in Your Vintage Seattle Home?

The latest Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) water quality report shows, on average, that lead is below the level that requires action in Seattle homes but, bear in mind, that’s an average. Some homes may have discernable lead levels above the threshold the EPA considers actionable. You can have your household water tested for lead for…

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Sewer Pipe Leaks and Storm Water Causes Natural Issues

Roughly one-third of Seattle has old pipes called “combined” pipes that serve for both storm water and sewage waste. Aged pipes and infrastructure are a risk to Seattle’s water and wildlife when the sewers are taxed beyond their capacity. When sewage flow exceeds the capacity of the pipes, it overflows and can run out into…

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Sewer Risks for Older Seattle Buildings

Seattle Public Utilities says no to “flushable” wipes Seattle Public Utilities General Manager Mami Hara advises on Seattle.gov that all types of wipes including “baby, surface, disinfecting, cleaning, flushable” should go in the garbage and not down your toilet. Hara writes, “They can clog sewer pipes.” The Seattle Public Utility also says not to put…

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