Western States pipebursting

Great article about the benefits of Pipe
February 8, 2013, 2:10 pm
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Great article about the benefits of Pipebursting! Check it out!


The Sewer Scope Advantage; Why You Should Not Buy a Home Without One.
February 8, 2013, 12:21 am
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Great information!

ReaMech Plumbing

Let’s face it, the real estate market is still tough right now.  While we are starting to see home prices in a slight upward turn and less inventory available, it is the lending restrictions that are challenges for some home buyers right now.  If a buyer has been very responsible with their credit they can still qualify for a home loan, but often times a large percentage of current transactions are cash deals.  In today’s market a buyer must be smart and do their due diligence when purchasing a home or investment property, it is as important as ever to do everything one can to protect themselves, their money and their future investment.    


We all know about the standard home inspection in the beginning phases of the property transaction.  They look at the roof, electrical systems, secondary plumbing systems, appliances, foundation etc.  But the one thing the home inspectors typically do…

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Underground construction is big in Texas
February 8, 2013, 12:04 am
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Great article from our friends in Texas! Check it out!

Bernadette Ballantyne

Locals like to say that everything is bigger in Texas and this is certainly true of the world’s largest pneumatic pipe ramming hammer. Unveiled by manufacturer HammerHead Trenchless Equipment at the Underground Construction Technologies expo in Houston, the 34 inch (860mm) device can install pipe casing up to 180 inches (4500mm). This is hot news for Underground Utilities magazine which sent me to visit the exhibition and find out what is new in the world of underground construction.

For those of you (like me) who are not expert in pneumatic hammers the technology is mainly used to ram steel casing through ground in locations where opening up a trench is not an option such as a road, a railway or a river. The significance of the new piece of equipment is that it can be used to install a much larger diameter pipe casing underground than HammerHead’s earlier 24inch (61mm)…

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