One of the most vital part in septic system service and maintenance is keeping the septic system in good condition in order for it to function properly. Learning to keep a septic system bathroom clean ensures a safe and healthy living environment. However, this can prove to be a challenging task especially since it requires a lot more consideration compared to cleaning other parts of your home.
If you own a restaurant, you probably know how important a grease trap is. It ‘traps’ all the grease, oils and fats while disposing wastewater. Without a functional grease trap, these materials could build up, clog your pipes and lead to major damage and costly repairs. In fact, restaurants have been required by states to install grease traps to avoid clogged plumbing lines and prevent damage in sewer systems.
Pit toilets, also known as pit latrines, are a medium for sanitation management. It involves utilizing a hole in the ground to store human excreta. It is usually accentuated by a toilet seat or squatting pan for the user’s comfort.
When you have a septic tank it’s easy to forget it’s there, and just to carry on as normal – that’s what is so great about them. However, it is worth taking note of what could potentially go wrong so that you’re not caught out if there is an issue.
Unlike the other parts of our homes, septic tanks don’t require constant cleaning and maintenance. It is generally easy to maintain a fully functional septic system. However, if you fail to take notice of the minor things that help your septic tank clean, you may encounter major septic tank problems in no time. Continue reading “Easy and Effective Ways to Avoid Septic Tank Problems”→
A fully functional septic system is important for every household. However, many homeowners are still overlooking its proper maintenance. Without appropriate care, septic systems can bring serious problems and also become a health hazard as it compromises the quality of your water. Continue reading “5 Common Myths on Septic System Maintenance”→
Many people get confused and question why there are bacterial treatments for their septic system. This blogs hope to shed light on this matter. After you finish reading this, we hope you get the whole picture why bacteria are needed by your septic system. Most of the problems in septic systems such as foul odors, odd gurgling and sucking noises and clogs are caused by imbalance in bacterial levels in the septic tank. Continue reading “Understanding Why Bacteria are Septic Safe”→