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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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Mistakes You Just Don’t Make

I remember while growing up hearing the phrase “Everyone makes mistakes.” This typically was stated after an accidental small-scale mistake like spilling a drink or forgetting to take the trash out. However, there were times my parents would tell me, “There are...

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You Might Need An Expert If…

Photo: Courtesy of Structure Tech Have you ever been to someone’s house and been surprised to see their plumbing workarounds like duct taped pipes or buckets put under leaky areas? In a recent Reader’s Digest article, they showcased 34 nightmarish plumbing issues seen...

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The Unpredictability of Foul Territory

(Photo courtesy of Bleacher Report)   I like to check google every week or two to see if there are any interesting articles concerning plumbing or underground or something that might give me fuel for these blogs. Unfortunately, my recent search yielded nothing...

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The World Under the Surface

I’ve always been pretty fascinated with what is underneath us. Whether it be James Cameron going in a submarine to explore the depths of the ocean or Indiana Jones finding the Ark of the Covenant under a mound of sand in Egypt, the real or even fictional mysteries...

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