Your septic system works hard for you all year long and needs maintenance through every season of every year. Here are some tips that you can use with your home septic system to make sure it stays working well this winter, despite any extreme drops in the outside temperature.
Provide Continuous Tank Protection
The tank for your septic system is buried below the soil, which traditionally provides it the right amount of insulation to protect its contents from freezing.
In the midst of the current pandemic, and because children will be returning to school, you may be trying to come up with a plan that will cut back on the amount of students who will be congregating in the bathrooms. Because the weather is still temperate in many areas and you may have decided to set up some outdoor classrooms, portable hand-washing stations will allow pupils and teachers to clean their hands, prior to and after each session that is conducted.
Most people who have septic tanks understand that they need to be pumped on a fairly regular basis. Missing this estimate could mean letting the septic tank overflow, which is something no one wants to go through. But if you've had family or friends move in with you suddenly, you may need to have this estimate revised. Here's why.
Septic Tank Estimates
When you have your septic tank pumped, most septic companies will tell you when they estimate you'll next need the service performed.