3 Things You Should Know Before Planting Over a Septic System

6 February 2018
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Your septic tank and drain field are parts of a complex waste treatment system, and they need to be cared for properly. You may be planning on doing landscaping around these areas, and choosing the right plants is important to prevent problems with your septic system. Here are some things that you will want to know before you start planting near your septic system: 1. Knowing the Location of Septic Tank & Drain Field for Safe Planting Read More 

3 Mistakes That Can Be Made When Renting Portable Toilets

17 January 2018
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Are you planning a large outdoor event? If so, you'll need to start thinking about where all those people are going to go to the bathroom. Portable toilets can be the best option to give your guests some relief, but you don't want to make the following mistakes when planning your outdoor bathroom setup. Not Renting Enough Portable Toilets Nobody wants to wait in line when they need to go to the bathroom. Read More 

How To Tell When There’s A Problem With The Main Sewer Line In Your Home

14 December 2017
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Although the plumbing system is an intricate network of different pipes and drains, all of it essentially flows into the main sewer line. This is the line which funnels the wastewater that has been used in your house to the pipes which lead to the sanitation center that serves your city. It's very important for your main sewer line to be completely free of clogs because if it becomes blocked it could lead to some very unpleasant problems in your home. Read More 


How To Keep Your Septic Tank In Great Shape

2 November 2017
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Too many people make the mistake of forgetting about the fact that their septic tank needs special care, mostly because it is underground. When things are out of sight, they tend to slip our minds. However, if you take the time to make sure that you are following these few tips, you should find that your septic tank will continue to work well for many years to come. Use Septic Treatments Read More