It's that time of year again. Time to start planning the family get-togethers. If you're going to be having out-of-town guests staying at your home during the holidays, it's time to start planning your septic safety too. The last thing you want is to deal with septic issues while you're trying to entertain your out-of-town house guests. Unfortunately, excess use during the holidays can put undue pressure on your septic system and lead to serious complications.
10 November 2017
If you have recently installed a septic tank system in your home, you are going to want to take the right measures to keep it clean and clean. This is going to help you avoid major repairs as long as possible while also prolonging the life of your septic tank system. One important way to care for your septic tank system is to avoid chemical cleaners and use vinegar instead. Here are four reasons why:
18 October 2017
If your toilets are not flushing and if you have water backing up into your tubs and sinks, there is a good chance you may have a clog in your main sewer line. No matter what steps you take to prevent this from happening, you are still at risk for clogs developing in this line. If this happens, you should hire a septic company to perform a video inspection of your line and hydro-jetting services to clean it out.
27 September 2017
If you are on a septic system it is very important that you take care to maintain the septic system, or you could end up in a very stinky situation. If the septic system backs up or stops working, then you may find yourself in your own waste. The good news is that there are some different actions that you can take that will help you maintain your septic system. These actions are simple and yet they are effective.
7 August 2017
Septic systems are very effective at managing waste for homes that are not connected to a municipal sewer system. But a homeowner can't ignore a septic system--regular inspections are needed in order to ensure that a septic system continues to work properly. There are a number of reasons to contact septic services to schedule regular inspections. Take a look. Detect Clogs Clogged pipes within a septic system can wreak havoc if they go undetected and grow larger in size.
13 July 2017
Let's face it; septic systems hold human waste, otherwise known as pee and poop. While it is easy for urine to pass through the system to a drainage field or be pumped out without many problems, it is feces that can create problems. Solid waste (a.k.a., poop) can build up, break down, fuse and create a mass that does some really bad things to your septic system. Here is what you can do, both prevention and repair-wise, with regards to solid waste becoming too solid in your septic tank.
27 June 2017
It might be summer now, but winter will be here before you know it. If you've got a septic tank in your yard, now's the time to start preparing for its cold-weather care. You might not realize this, but winter can wreak havoc on your septic system. You don't want to be stuck with septic problems in the dead of winter. Luckily, with some careful preparations, you shouldn't have to. Here are three steps you can take to avoid septic troubles this winter.
5 June 2017