3 Things To Know About Septic Systems

Septic systems are the most popular form of waste management for properties that are not connected to a municipal sewer system. There is a slight learning curve for homeowners who have never had a septic system, but with proper maintenance it is pretty easy to live with a septic system. But it is important to understand septic systems and know what is involved. Use the following information to ensure that you are informed about septic systems: Installing a New Septic System If you are purchasing undeveloped land and having a home built, you will have to have a new septic system installed. There are several steps involved in having a new septic tank installed. Typically, you will first have the

3 Things That Will Destroy Your Septic System

Your septic system is an integral part of your home. You depend on it to get all of the wastewater out of your pipes and into the drain field. Oftentimes, people simply expect their system to work. They don’t stop and think about what they could be doing to damage the system and cause problems with their plumbing. To make sure your system doesn’t stop working before its time, here are three things that can end up destroying your system. Cooking Grease Many people think that they can throw cooking grease down their drain because it is a liquid. While grease might be a liquid when you get done using it, the grease will end up turning into a solid

Does The House You Purchased Have Septic Problems? Know What To Look For

If you have recently moved into a newly purchased house that has an old septic system and you’ve noticed problems with your plumbing, you may need to have the septic tank pumped. If it has been more than 3-5 years since the last time the tank has been pumped, or you don’t know when it was last serviced, call the professionals right away.   You don’t want to end up with sewage throughout the house or your property. Here are a few symptoms that may indicate your dealing with a septic tank issue on the property. Slow Draining Water Does the water swirl slowly down the toilet and not always flush all the way? Do you have feces floating back