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Pipe Relining Prevents Landscape Destruction, Saves Homeowners Money & More

The Benefits of Pipe Relining in Kansas City There are few things Kansas City homeowners dread hearing from their plumbing contractor more than that their pipes need replacement. It’s an expensive and time-consuming process, but the alternative—letting leaks and holes in their pipes to grow, wasting water and potentially causing contamination—is even worse. Pipe relining gives homeowners a less expensive alternative that doesn’t involve tearing up their yards. Relining a pipe involves inserting a liner into a pipe that bonds to the pipe and covers holes in the pipe. The liner is as strong as, if not stronger, than the pipe it replaces. To reline a pipe, A-1 Sewer & Septic Service, Inc. will insert a camera into the pipe to assess damage and to determine whether relining will work. Once a liner is determined to be the suitable repair, A-1 will flush the pipe with a high-pressure jet of

Installing a New Faucet Is Not a DIY Project

Do it yourself (DIY) is the latest craze when it comes to home repairs. How many of us have watched a decorating or home repair project on television and thought, “Sure, I can do that!” only to find out that not only could you not do it, you made a terrible mess in the process. Deciding when to DIY or hire a professional should be decided on a project by project basis. When it comes to plumbing projects and services like installing a faucet, it’s always worth hiring a professional plumber that has the skill and expertise to get the job done right… the first time. Whether you are replacing a leaky faucet or want to add a new sleek design to your kitchen or bathroom sink, a new faucet may seem like something you can easily do on your own; however, if you install it improperly, it’s going to

Advantages of Copper and PVC Pipes

If you live in an older home and you know that you have old plumbing, there’s a strong possibility that your pipes are made of iron, steel, or lead. These materials are no longer used in household plumbing and today’s water pipes are usually made of copper, although polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipes are gaining in popularity as well. If you have old iron pipes, you should consider replacing them with copper or PVC pipes, and if your pipes are made of lead, then they should definitely be replaced. Why switch to copper or PVC water pipes? Some reasons why copper and PVC are the best alternatives for your plumbing system: They are both relatively non-toxic. Copper is not only a natural material, but it is safe for people’s health. PVC pipes are also safe, whereas lead is highly toxic and can corrode into the drinking water system. Copper doesn’t absorb

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Kris S.

“Hired them to clean out tree roots from main line. Were on time and did a great job. Have used them before and never been disappointed.”

LeVera Howard

“A-1 was excellent! I recommend them to all. Chuck was so great to work with and gave us really great advice to keep our pipes clean. Thank you!”

Shereen McClellan North

“A-1 is the best for sewer & septic issues! They’re responsive, quick and so helpful! We had a main line issue and that night our kitchen sink backed up. They had the same service tech out the next morning. Very professional and reliable. We’ve never had anything but amazing service from A-1!”

Jenny Miskell McLellan