A customer from Baltimore County’s Timonium neighborhood called us because he had an urgent sewer backup issue. Water had backed up out of his downstairs laundry area, flooding the lower level of his home, and he could not use any of his plumbing without causing further damage. He had had both another plumber and Baltimore County come out and try to open his sewer line from an exterior cleanout near the edge of his property.
A local Baltimore area homeowner called us to verify a sewer diagnosis provided by another plumber. This previous plumber told them their sewer line had problems under their driveway and would require $1,000s of demolition and restoration work to get to the problem. Obviously, our customer wanted more information before they committed to tearing up their beautiful concrete driveway.
A customer in Baltimore County’s Stoneleigh neighborhood asked us to come out and help with his sewer problem. He was experiencing a total backup and could not use his plumbing without flooding his basement with sewage. Although he had had another plumber on-site to try to get his sewer working with drain cleaning, they had yet to be successful.
The Situation A customer called us to repair his septic system. He had already had a septic pumping company on site, and they had done a brief analysis of his situation and pumped down the tank and one dry well to get a handle on the problem. Their investigation narrowed his septic issue down to one dry well that was … Read More
Water line leaks spring up anywhere, even under a barn floor! Here you can see us repairing a hidden water line leak in a horse stable in Baltimore County. While this leak isn’t as serious as one flooding out a home, it still creates a muddy mess and stresses this equestrian facility’s plumbing system. Our unique combination of equipment helps … Read More
Your basement is filled with nasty smelly odors and you don’t know why. Every time you flush your toilet, take a shower, or do laundry, your basement just gets more stinky and damp. If this is happening in your home, there is a good chance that a sewer pipe is leaking somewhere under your basement floor.
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