Taking Septic Services Into the Future: Research, Tips and Ideas

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The Dos and Don'ts of Alternative Septic Tank System Maintenance

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Alternative septic tank systems are installed in sites/homes that have special underground constitutions that make a conventional septic tank and leach field unfeasible. These include homes that have high water tables, thin soils with bedrock too close to the surface or homes located on a steep slope. The exact system you choose depends on a number of factors, including the amount of space you have, affordability and effect on your landscaping among others. Read More»

Common Questions About Owning and Maintaining a Septic System

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A septic system can be a good choice if your property is not serviced by city water supplies or if those supplies tend to get interrupted often for whatever reason. What you flush down the toilet or put down a drain goes into a septic tank, which is then cleaned and emptied on a regular basis. Note a few common questions about owning and maintaining a septic system on your property so you know what to expect and can keep it in good working order. Read More»

3 Likely Reasons for Your Septic Tank Problems

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Lying underground outside, it is easy to forget that you have a septic tank, at least until you start experiencing problems with your septic tank system. Septic systems serve as waste water treatment plants particularly in residential areas with large lot sizes or those with widely-spaced houses. If you use a septic system in your house, all the waste water collects at the septic tank before it is released into the drain field. Read More»