• Geauga Hunger Task Force 2018

    Geauga Hunger Task Force 2018

    Winter is coming to an end. It’s time to start thinking about all those maintenance things that need to be done at our homes come spring.  So, if it’s the year to have your septic tank serviced, consider doing it in the month of April and help donate to the Geauga Hunger Task Force! Once

  • High Pressure Sewer Jetting

    High Pressure Sewer Jetting

    Sewer lines and drain lines have an essential function. Their job is to carry the waste and/or water away from your home or business. Unfortunately, over time these lines can become slow running or plugged. Many culprits can cause such backups and may need high pressure sewer jetting. When things are flushed or put down

  • Water Conservation is Good for Septic Systems

    Water Conservation is Good for Septic Systems

    Water Conservation Water conservation is not just a buzzing topic when it comes to septic systems. By not only watching how much water you use as a household, but also when you use it, you can greatly increase the functionality of your septic system – and its longevity. Therefore, the savings from conserving water do

  • The Importance of Routine Septic Pumping

    The Importance of Routine Septic Pumping

    Septic tanks are an important piece of the wastewater infrastructure for the United States. Where city sewer systems are too expensive and impractical to install, especially in rural areas, septic tanks are the most viable option.  This helps to keep costs low for homeowners, to protect the environment, and to ensure clean drinking water. However,

  • Glug-Glug Goes the Drain: What This Sound Means

    Glug-Glug Goes the Drain: What This Sound Means

    Gurgling Drain Water generally runs from the faucet at a speed of around one to two gallons per minute without much thought from you. The silence of this simple luxury is taken for granted until the gurgling drain begins. Gas bubbles released from water prompt gurgling. Air trapped in a clog moves into the water

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