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When we moved into a more rural part of the country, I was surprised by how many things were different. In addition to having a septic tank, we also had a water well that we had to figure out how to service. However, we quickly learned everything we needed to know, and before I knew it, I was moving in to a place that I felt really good about. Now I can see that all of those little services are a serious benefit, since they help to reduce our monthly costs. Read more on this website about protecting your home and using off-the-grid technologies like septic tanks.

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Septic Services You Need For Your Rental Property

27 February 2019
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For owners of rental property, a septic tank problem is the last thing you'd want to deal with. The mess a septic tank problem can create has the potential to chase your existing tenants away and make it much harder to get new ones. As a result, it's always a good idea to have a company you can rely on to provide competent services with regards to your septic tank. Which services can you expect from a septic service company? Read More …

Three Items That Could Damage Your Septic System

26 February 2019
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Your septic system takes the place of a regular sewer hookup, but unlike a sewer, your septic tank relies on a very delicate interior environment in order to process the waste that passes through it. Clogs in your plumbing, debris that is unable to biodegrade, and various other complications can cause all sorts of significant problems for your septic system and your property's plumbing. In the worst-case scenario, sewage and wastewater could leak out of your septic tank and into your lawn or even back up through the pipes and into your home. Read More …

Understanding What A Sewer Lateral Is So That You Can Maintain It

26 February 2019
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Did you ever wonder how all of your waste gets to the city sewers? A lot of people tend to think that when they flush a toilet or send something down a drain hole it goes down a sewer stack directly into the sewers below. That is only half right. The waste goes from your home (or business) into a long section of pipe that slopes downward away from your property and to the sewers underneath the nearest city street. Read More …

Signs That Septic Tank Pumping Is In The Near Future

26 February 2019
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Septic tank pumping is a job that virtually all homeowners and businesses with such systems will eventually need to handle. You obviously don't want to pay for the work more often than necessary, but you also won't want to take chances with your setup. Keeping an eye out for these four potential indicators of trouble, though, will let you know when it's time to contact a septic tank pumping services company. Read More …

Can You Prevent Septic Tank Clogs During An Event?

26 February 2019
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Doesn't it always seem like you have problems with your septic tank when you have a lot of guests over? In order to plan ahead, you may be able to take a few steps. When you have a clog during a big event, like a party or holiday, it is likely a sign that your septic tank has been having problems longer than you thought. Regardless of that fact, you may be able to take steps ahead of a major event to ensure this doesn't happen again. Read More …