“Soil Compaction” is the the practice of applying mechanical compactive pressure to increase the density of the soil. This removes void spaces between particles and is a an important part of the construction process weither it be underground plumbing work or building a home. Most of our projects require some digging. Whenever we dig, we… Read more »
Author: Jonathan Oh
Septic System and Leach Field Maintenance
If your property is served by a Septic System, you should know some basics of how to preserve and maintain it so that it functions effectively for you. The #1 Rule to follow if you own a Septic System is… This rule really applies to any sewage system including properties serviced by municipal sewer systems… Read more »
6 Questions to ask your Plumber when planning for an Underground Plumbing Project.
Taking on a plumbing project can be a costly investment in your property. Make sure you hire the right team to help you. Here are five questions to ask as you prepare for your project. 1. Is your plumber licensed and insured? Note, if your project needs to touch public works such as the sidewalk,… Read more »
Get a thorough explanation of any quotes/bids your receive for your project.
“Why didn’t the other guys explain things to me like you just did?” This was a comment we received recently while providing an estimate for a potential client in San Jose. This client was applying for the City’s Sewer Grant Program which requires at least 3 estimates. We strive to be honest and upfront in… Read more »
Why Choose an A-Licensed General Engineering Contractor
Why choose an A-Licensed General Engineering Contractor for your project? While you can be a plumber with a C License, a C License in California does not authorize you to work on public works such as sidewalk or connection to utilities in the street. An A-Licensed General Engineering Contractor such as Freedom Underground Plumbing, has… Read more »