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What if a plumber could lay down a drain pipe through your yard without digging a trench? Suddenly the work does not involve tearing up lawns and gardens, pulling up paving stones, and tearing apart decks. Trenchless plumbing (or directional boring is a subsurface technique that limits the number of trenches or eliminates the need…(Read More)

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If pipes freeze sufficiently to cause a leak, then things can really get out of control: in addition to the cost of repairing burst pipes or damaged valves, costly and disruptive flooding can result…(Read More)

A catch basin is a variety of trap that prevents debris, sand, grit, and other contaminants from entering a drainage system. Catch basins can be found along the sides of roadways, in parking lots, along the edges of buildings, and in other low-lying areas. Smaller catch basins can be found as a part of…(Read More)

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A French drain is typically piped with rigid PVC plastic drain piping with perforations along one side of the pipe. Usually, a 4-inch pipe is used. This pipe is preferable to corrugated drainage pipe, which can be hard to clean with a Roto-Rooter. The older clay or ceramic pipe is no longer used…(Read More)

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Most toilet problems are fixable with relatively little expense, skill, or tools if you are willing to roll up your sleeves. For those wanting to bring in a professional, contact Master Drain today for a quick solution…(Read More)

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A floor drain is an opening in the floor of a basement that connects to a sewer pipe beneath the floor. It makes it possible to divert water from the basement, to prevent water accumulation. A basement floor drain can protect to some degree against water damage…(Read More)

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