3 Common Septic System Issues Every Homeowner Should Know About

11 March 2016
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Even the highest quality and well-designed septic system was only created to handle human biological waste. In fact, the tank on your septic system is sizably enough to handle human biological waste until the natural bacteria action that takes place inside of the septic system has a chance to break it down. Unfortunately, a lot of septic systems are forced to attempt to handle more than just human waste. Things like toilet paper, soap, hair, food, and even items that are supposed to be flushable can make it harder for the septic system to perform its job. Read More 

Eww That Smell! Sneaky Causes Of Sewage Odors In The Home

1 February 2016
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All of that waste that travels through the drainage system in your house to the septic tank may be out of sight, but if you are facing septic issues, the waste will definitely not be out of mind. The fact is, sewage odors wafting through your home are never a welcome fragrance to your nose and could even be a threat to your household's health. If you catch a whiff of septic waste in your house, it is wise to try to track down a professional who can help you eliminate the issue right away. Read More 

Overwhelmed With Clutter? Here’s How To Get Rid Of It

3 September 2015
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If you've lived in the same home for several years, you've probably accumulated a lot of clutter. One reason it's so easy to accumulate a lot of things is because it isn't easy to get rid of them. In fact, it can be overwhelming trying to figure out how to dispose of paper trash, clothes, and appliances. Here are a few ways to go about it. Rent A Dumpster While it's an additional expense to rent a dumpster, it is worth it when you have a lot of trash to get rid of. Read More 

Backed Up Sewer? 3 Nasty Reasons Why You Should Never Try To Work On Your Septic System Yourself

16 July 2015
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There's no doubt about it, raw sewage is gross. It literally reeks. While most people never come into contact with sewage, those who have a septic system have more opportunities for it to happen. A septic system is basically a holding tank that stores your sewage in your yard until it breaks down naturally. If you have a backup or issue with your septic tank, you could end up with the nasty stuff in your yard. Read More 

Three Actions That’ll Ruin The Pipe Running Between Your Home And Your Backyard Septic Tank

25 June 2015
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If you need a septic tank for dealing with everyday waste products, you also need a large pipe to connect it to your home. While most pipes connecting homes and septic tanks are buried quite low in the ground, they are still sometimes damaged by outside forces. To make sure that the pipe that runs between your home and your septic tank remains undamaged for as long as possible, avoid doing these three things. Read More