4 Ways To Take Great Care Of Your Septic System

If you have a septic system installed in your home, you need to make sure you take proper care of your septic system. A properly taken care of septic system will last for a long period of time. You don't want to have to replace your septic tank early, as this is an expensive endeavor. By engaging in the right maintenance, you can extend the life of your system. Pump on a Regular Basis   Read More...

Here Are Some Advantages Of Septic Systems

When you are trying to decide whether you want to hook your new home up to sewer or septic, you may want to seriously consider choosing septic. This article will give you information on many of the advantages that going with a septic system can include and will also help you understand why sewer may not be such a great choice.  Disadvantages of going with sewer If you decide to have the sewer hooked up and the cost was not already wrapped up in the cost of your home, then you will end up incurring these fees.   Read More...

What Happens If You Do Not Schedule Your Septic Pumping On Time

If you have a septic tank, then you probably understand that the tank must be pumped out and cleaned every few years. However, you may not understand exactly what will happen if you do not schedule the service as quickly as you should. Keep reading to find out what can go wrong if you forego the pumping. Solids Can Flush Out Of The System The septic system works in a very specific way to ensure that all solids are retained within the tank.   Read More...

Find Out More About Septic Systems

If you haven't been in a home that has a septic system for very long, then you'll find this short article on questions about septic systems to be a worthwhile read. You'll likely find that some of the questions covered here are ones that you have also asked yourself, and answers are provided to those questions.  Where is the septic tank? You will usually find that the septic tank is located close to the house, and it will be connected to a sewer pipe that is for your indoor plumbing system.   Read More...

Caring For Your Commercial Septic System

For businesses in rural areas, a septic tank system can be the only option available for effectively disposing of the wastewater from the business. Unfortunately, business owners may fail to attend to the more intensive care needs that these systems will have when compared to what they may be accustomed to providing for their home's septic system. Understand The Limits Of Septic System Additives It is common for individuals to attempt to boost the performance of their septic system by using chemical or bacterial additives.   Read More...