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Tag Archives: Sewer line repair in Wichita
Oh boy! There is some big confusion over who is responsible for what, when thinking about sewer line repair in Wichita. Or maybe you have never thought about your sewers. Why should you? Unless they go wrong of course.
Hey, Wichita: You Probably Don’t Think About What’s “In” Your Sewer, But You Don’t Have To – That’s Our Problem
If you are like most Wichita residents, you probably never give a thought to your sewer pipe. It is just one of those things that is “there” and all the while it is doing its’ job there is no need … Continue reading
Ben Franklin Plumbing, Sewer Line Service for Wichita, Andover, Derby and Haysville, Kansas, Announces New Blog Archive
Wichita, Kansas – February 15, 2017. Ben Franklin Plumbing, experts in sewer line repairs for Wichita and Central Kansas, is proud to announce a newly blog archive on the company website relating to sewer line repair issues. Sewer line repairs … Continue reading
Most people in Wichita never think about their sewer line repairs, any more than they think about the electrical wiring in their home. It’s just something that is there and we don’t even notice it until something goes wrong.
The average person in Wichita and the surrounding towns never thinks about sewer line service until the sewer gets stopped. Let’s face it, the sewer line is just “there” and all the while it is functioning as it should do … Continue reading