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Imagine waking up on a chilly Wednesday morning and sleepily making your way to the bathroom, only to discover that your toilet has overflowed during the night and flooded your bathroom. Maybe there is water that came up through the drain in your bathtub, or maybe you wake up to an unfortunate smell wafting throughout your home.

At Dirt Cheap Sewer in Seattle, this is what we like to call a sewer emergency. When sewer emergencies happen...

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Keeping the drains clean in your Seattle home is one of the best ways to avoid serious damages and costly repairs to your sewer lines. It’s a simple and preventative measure that every homeowner should take into consideration. Clogged drains can lead to burst pipes, backed up sewer lines, and sometimes can create the need for a whole new sewer system.

In today’s blog from Dirt Cheap Sewer in Seattle, we’ll bring it back to the basics...

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Oftentimes it’s easy to associate sewer repair or replacement with a yard that is completely dug up and destroyed. What if there was a way to have the sewer lines in your Seattle home fixed while keeping your property intact? With trenchless sewer repair, it’s possible. Trenchless sewer repair causes minimal damage to your yard while effectively repairing any damages to your sewer line.

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The name virtually speaks for itself. Hydro means water and jetting is something that moves very fast. Thus, hydro jetting is where water is moved very fast to clear out clogged drains and sewer lines. This is the basic idea anyways.

Dirt Cheap Sewer in Seattle offers the best hydro jetting services, along with sewer repairs and maintenance....

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Most people don’t spend much time thinking about their sewer lines — until they’re forced to. Unfortunately, many homeowners have to deal with backed-up sewer lines, forcing them out of their homes. A backed-up sewer line poses one of the worst plumbing problems because of the dangers they present to homeowners.

Backed-up sewer lines are a major health hazard to homeowners and residents. Sewage can spread illness, disease, and, in some...

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