Household Chemicals To Avoid In Your Septic System Some household chemicals can be dangerous to septic systems. These substances are toxic to the bacteria that break down waste and help the septic system function properly. Avoid drain cleaners, bleach, emulsifiers and any other chemical that can upset this balance. This can skew the bacterial mix […]Read More
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Ways To Avoid Emergency Septic Issues
Ways To Avoid Emergency Septic Issues Having your septic tank pumped every few years is a necessary expense for homeowners. But having to pay for frequent emergency pumping services shouldn’t be! If you’re an informed homeowner who knows what makes your septic system tick, you’ll be better able to avoid emergencies that require more frequent […]Read More
What To Do After a Flood Near My Septic System?
How can you respond when there is a flood near your septic system? This is obviously an experience that you would rather not have to endure, and it is entirely possible that you could face some serious consequences for not taking care of it. Thus, you should know some basic facts about septic systems before […]Read More
What to Do If Your Septic System Fails?
Why do septic systems fail? The majority of them fail as a result of poor maintenance or incorrect design. There are even some soil-based systems installed in locations that don’t have adequate soil or with excessive slopes. Such conditions can result in hydraulic failures and even contamination of water sources nearby. It is your duty […]Read More
How Long Can I Expect My Sewage Pump to Last Me?
One of the most common questions we receive from customers is how long they can expect their sewage pump to last. This really depends on the circumstances of usage, but as a general rule, one can expect a residential sewage pump to last five to seven years and a commercial sewage pump to last five […]Read More