When there is a problem with your septic tank, chances are you won’t be able to detect it easily. If your septic tank was well designed it can last for so many years without causing any problem. Here are 5 common septic tank problems and how to fix them.Continue reading “5 Common Septic Tank Problems and How to Fix Them”
If you regularly have your grease trap cleaned and pumped you should have no problem but often times especially in restaurants the sewage system grease trap can cause a lot of trouble. If you are not taking care of your grease trap over time it can build up and cause a blockage that can jeopardize your business. So here are some tips on grease trap cleaning.Continue reading “Tips for Grease Trap Cleaning”
The cost of septic tank replacement will cause a dent on your budget especially if it is unplanned. This can be avoided however if you have reached a point when the septic system has failed you have no other choice but to replace it.Continue reading “The Cost of Septic System Replacement”
As an RV owner, you don’t want your RV-fun to get killed by a disgusting, clogged toilet. But whether you like it or not, RV toilet clogs happen. Not only that, they also happen often. (Yikes!)
If you are an RV newbie, you may experience odor problems with your RV toilet sooner or later. This is a common issue for many RV owners.
Most of us commonly think that treatments for holding tanks are just there to eliminate odors. To properly treat a holding tank however, our goals should include both breaking down wastes and eliminating odors. Continue reading “Why are Bacteria Good for Your Holding Tank?”
An unmaintained grease trap cannot effectively filter grease waste from entering a septic system, leading to grease blockages that can definitely ruin a restaurant in a matter of minutes. Not to mention, sanitizing and clean up from grease backup will mean having to shut down the restaurant for at least two days. With this in mind, it is important that your grease trap is maintained and cleaned from time to time. Set aside cleaning time for your grease trap at least every 4 to 6 weeks to ensure that it will keep functioning effectively.
Taking care of your septic system is not as difficult as it seems. Although there is a handful of things to remember to keep your septic system in a proper condition, upkeep for it is generally easy. But if you have only been recently introduced to a home with a septic system, here are 4 helpful tips in keeping your septic system functioning.
The septic system may not be the first thing that comes to mind when it comes to home improvement and maintenance, but it’s certainly plays an important role to make your home habitable. As a responsible homeowner, you should be mindful of your septic system if you want it to stay functional for a long time. Septic tank inspection should be scheduled regularly for a number of reasons.
If you are the adventurous type, chances are you’ll always find yourself headed outdoors. When you’re in a remote site where running water isn’t available, you may find vault toilets.