3 Things You Need to Know about Pumping Your Septic Tank

11 October 2018
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Your septic system takes a great deal of abuse over time. From flushing bathroom waste to residue and waste from your dishwasher, sinks, and washing machine, it is easy to see how much builds up in your septic tank. Without proper cleaning and maintenance, your tank can clog up. In turn, this can result in overflow outside, clogs indoors, and even potential water damage. Thankfully, help is available if you have a septic system. Read More 

It’s Sewage For The Block: How To Tell When You Have Blocked Septic Lines

29 June 2018
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If you have a septic system in your yard, it's of the utmost importance that you take proper care of it, including having the tanks emptied before they become backed up and overfilled. Unfortunately, even with all the extra care and attention, problems can still occur with your septic system. That's just the nature of the system. One big problem that can befall septic systems is the occasional blocked lines. That's because particles of toilet paper, hair, soap scum, and even human waste can collect inside those septic lines. Read More 

It’s All About Accommodations: How to Get the Most Out of Your Portable Toilets

27 April 2018
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If you're planning an event at your home, but you don't have enough bathroom space for your guests, you need to rent portable toilets. This is particularly important if your home is serviced by a septic tank. Even a few extra guests can spell disaster for a septic system. You can protect your septic system, and keep your guests comfortable, by renting portable toilet units instead. If you're not sure how to avoid problems when renting portable toilets, here are some tips to help you out. Read More 

3 Reasons To Get Your Grease Trap Pumped Regularly

14 March 2018
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If you own a restaurant or run a large commercial kitchen, you will be rinsing a lot of grease down your drains. Even if you are careful to have employees scrape out pans and containers before washing them, residual grease will get rinsed away. If you're wise, your sink will have a grease trap in your drain system. This grease trap will catch the grease before it goes any further down the pipe. Read More 

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