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A few weeks ago, my husband and I met with a general contractor. We talked with this professional about building an addition onto our small home. At this time, he informed us about a problem with our septic tank. We learned we would have to relocate a couple of septic lines before construction could begin on our home. Are you considering building an addition onto your house or business? Before you get too far along in this complex process, think about consulting with someone from a reputable septic service in your area. An expert from a septic service can inform you if your current septic tank will be large enough to accommodate the addition. On this blog, I hope you will discover the most common tasks performed by septic services. Enjoy!

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  • Routine Pumping: The Only Option For Proper Grease Trap Maintenance

    2 July 2018

    Fats, oils, and grease can be dangerous if they enter a municipal sewer system or septic system. These substances have the potential to create dangerous clogs that might leave you with a serious mess on your hands. Since commercial restaurants typically deal with higher volumes of fats, oils, and grease than residential homes, it's important that each drain is outfitted with a grease trap. The grease trap is designed to capture harmful substances before they enter your plumbing system.

  • Do These Five Things To Prevent Unnecessary Septic System Repair And Maintenance Costs

    2 May 2018

    If you are having to pump out your home's septic tank more often than your neighbors are doing this chore, then the following are five simple things you can do to protect the septic system from requiring this excessive pumping. Stop Using Drain Cleaners  Drain cleaning products are very harsh and will kill the helpful bacteria in your septic tank. Once the bacteria dies, then the tank doesn't have any way to process solid materials and becomes clogged with them.

  • Three Things To Avoid Putting In Your Septic Tank

    25 March 2018

    Your septic tank works every single day to break down physical waste and ensure that your home's plumbing is able to operate efficiently and properly. However, because of the specific chemical and bacterial balance within your septic tank, certain items can cause a great deal of disruption and can create more clogs, leaks, and stress within your tank. Understanding what some of these disruptive items are can help you moderate what you flush down into your septic tank, improving its performance and reducing the risk of severe plumbing problems developing.

  • 3 Reasons To Have Your Septic Tank Cleaned

    8 February 2018

    Cleaning your septic tank should be one of the biggest priorities you have when you own a house that relies on a septic tank for its waste disposal needs. Here are three reasons to have your septic tank emptied and cleaned. 1. It Can Prevent Damage To Your Yard One of the biggest issues that you can run into when the septic system needs to be cleaned is that it can cause a lot of damage to your yard.

  • 3 Tips For Getting Ready To Have Your Septic Tank Pumped

    18 January 2018

    If you are going to have your septic tank pumped, there are a few things that you can do to help you prepare for this process. Put Your Pets Away You do not want your pets out and roaming about when you are getting your septic tank pumped. To start with, your pets could get in the way of the septic tank works. Next, the fumes that come out of your septic tank can be fatal for your pets if they get too close to them, so you want to keep them away from the fumes if at all possible.