• Things to do When you Own a Septic Tank System

    Things to do When you Own a Septic Tank System

    For homes that depend on the functioning of a septic system, its proper functioning is important. Many people don’t give a septic system much thought until it stops functioning properly and a septic tank cleaning company needs to be called. Thankfully, there are some steps homeowners can take to assure their septic tank system is

  • Myths about Septic Systems

    Myths about Septic Systems

    It’s no secret that it is important for the health of a septic system to get periodic septic tank pumpings. Many homeowners can attest to the problems that can arise from ignoring this simple task. However, there are many myths regarding septic tank pumping that need to be dispelled. 1.  Septic tank pumping only needs

  • When is it Time to Call the Professionals?  Big Septic Warning Signs for DIY-aholics to Heed

    When is it Time to Call the Professionals? Big Septic Warning Signs for DIY-aholics to Heed

    Although you may be handy around the house, there is simply no substitute for the help of a professional. Maintaining a septic system properly can be the difference between living comfortably and having a disgusting and expensive mess on your hands. For those who are not aware of the way septic systems function, it is

  • Check Your Septic Tank Lids

    Check Your Septic Tank Lids

    Septic tanks require consistent maintenance and upkeep in order to make them as safe as possible. Although it may not seem like it, improperly cared for septic tanks can pose a serious health risk for anyone that exists around them. Because the potential hazards of unsecured septic tanks are not common knowledge it, unfortunately, leads

  • Fix A Leak Week

    Fix A Leak Week

    Drip… Drip…10% of homes have leaking fixtures and toilets, which can waste 90 gallons of water or more per day. Leaking household fixtures can be detrimental to your septic system. TOILET LEAKS The flapper is the most common cause of running toilets.  The flapper is the large rubber piece at the bottom of the tank

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