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Plumbing’s Dangerous Illegal Activity

In a recent article from a small-town New England publication, the writer warned of illegal activity that had been taking place in Queen Anne’s County, MD. Was it theft, violence or possibly gang related? No, but this illegal activity takes place all over the country,...

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In a recent article from a small-town Maryland publication, the writer warned of some illegal activity that had been taking place in Queen Anne’s County, MD. Is it violence or drug or gang related? No, this illegal activity takes place all over the country, is often...

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Amazing Underground Architecture

When you think about architectural wonders, you think about skyscrapers and churches and pieces of art, right? You don’t generally think about things below ground because that’s usually thought to be just for the foundation for above ground structures. However, a...

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The Times They Are A-Changin’

Bob Dylan’s well known 1964 song, “The Times They Are A Changin’” opens with the line, Come gather ‘round people Wherever you roam And admit that the waters Around you have grown And accept it that soon You’ll be drenched to the bone. Well, he’s right....

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Why Does A Sewer Repair Cost So Much?!

When you think of plumbing, what sort of things do you think of? Maybe your mind jumps to a water heater being installed or a clogged toilet being fixed or the pipes under your kitchen sink being replaced. No matter what the issue, most can be fixed for under $500,...

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Wooden It Be Nice? Probably Not

As we’ve discussed in this blog before, the history of plumbing is fascinating. Whether it is the ancient plumbing systems of the Romans or even the more recent technological advancements, plumbing continues to advance and innovate. Sometimes it is fun to see just how...

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Staggering World Cup Numbers and Their Effect on Sewers

With the World Cup coming to an end this last Sunday, toilets everywhere can (figuratively) breathe a collective sigh of relief. According to an article in The Japan Times, Japan’s 2-1 defeat of Columbia on 6/19 had potential to cause a major plumbing disaster. As any...

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London’s Fatberg Problem

Have you ever cooked bacon on a skillet and had all the fat run off? What did you do with it? If you’re like many people, you poured it down the drain. Wash it down with some water and it’s all good, right? Unfortunately, after years of doing this, it is not “all...

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Plumbing in the Age of Technology

With this new age of technology, it is hard to get kids and young adults to be interested in trades like plumbing and carpentry these days. Technology is new, fascinating, and all-consuming in the 21st century. The trades can seem old, boring, and dirty....

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