Signs That Indicate Your Septic May Be Due For A Pumping

Posted on: 15 November 2016

As a new homeowner, there are several tasks you will need to undertake to ensure systems that give you modern conveniences are kept in good working order. The septic system is one of the systems you will want to maintain so you do not find yourself in a situation where you are unable to flush the toilet or use a sink without causing damage to your property. Knowing when a septic tank is in need of a pumping will reduce the chance of downtime.
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Why Drains Might Become Problematic in a House

Posted on: 14 November 2016

Do the toilets and sinks in your house seem to drain more slowly than they used to? There are a few things that can be causing the problem, but what is going on depends on how waste is handled in your house. If you use a septic tank for the removal of waste, several areas of the system might need some professional attention. Below, you will learn about a few of the things that can lead to a septic system not fully functioning.
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Why Does Your Septic Tank Keep Overflowing?

Posted on: 11 November 2016

When your septic tank is functioning properly, water should slowly flow out into the drain field, which is the area of your yard into which the tank empties. You should not notice any wet or soggy areas, and there should not be any odors. If the area near your septic tank is becoming wet and flooded—and if you're noticing a sewage odor in your yard—then your septic tank is overflowing. There are a few reasons why this might be happening.
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