Septic systems rely on a delicate balance to function properly. A clog, loss of bacteria or a fast buildup of solid waste in the tank could all lead to a system breakdown that could be inconvenient as well as costly to repair. As a homeowner, one of the best ways that you can care for your septic tank is to avoid flushing problematic items down into your septic system. Knowing which items not to flush and why they shouldn't be flushed can help you care for your tank.More ...
A septic tank is crucial to your home's plumbing system and is not something that you can just ignore, especially if you run into problems. For example, you may encounter problems that involve odors and flooding in the drain field. Here is what you need to know about both of these problems.More ...
While a septic system may seem bulletproof, the reality is that neglect can do significant damage up to and including causing a permanent shutdown. Your home's septic system can provide many years of faithful service if treated well, but it can also be quickly destroyed by careless acts. One particularly vulnerable part of your septic system is the drain field. Below is more information about this critical component as well as several important practices that will keep your drain field intact.Read More ...
- 2018 -
- 2017 +
- 2016 +
- December 2016 (1)