When you have forgotten or overlooked about your septic system maintenance tasks for many years, there would be an increased chance that it can fail at some point.
If the damage to your septic system has become severe, there will be signs that tell you that it is high time to have it fixed or replaced. A septic system failure can result to untreated sewage to come back up or be transported to other places. Another dangerous risk of a failing septic system is to cause untreated sewage to reach into the ground water. Continue reading “The Signs You Have a Septic System Failure”
Maintaining your septic system may require you to be extra careful with what you put down the drain or the toilet. In this blog we will be covering some septic-safe products you could use. Continue reading “The Septic-Safe Products You Can Use”
Your septic tank may be the last in the list of the things to maintain in your household.
However, you cannot deny the important role it plays for your home. When this system fails, it would cause a huge inconvenience to you and your family.
If you take care of your septic system enough, you will be able to extend its lifespan and value. Follow this list of the ways you can maintain your septic system in good shape. Continue reading “How Can You Care for Your Septic Tank System?”
At one time or another, as homeowners, we’ll find ourselves in a really bad mess. It’s our responsibility to fix every issue in our household and that may include the septic systems. Continue reading “Top Qualities to Look for in a Septic Contractor”
If you want to your septic system to last long and avoid getting headaches from it in the near future, you must follow certain measures Continue reading “Septic System Do’s and Don’ts”
You mostly rely on your drain system to dispose wastewater effectively. Oftentimes, these drain systems get clogged up from grease, food particles and other wastes. Blocked drains can largely impact the balance of pressure in your system. It can even lead to cracked or burst pipes. Continue reading “The Importance of Drain Cleaning”
A septic system consists of a septic tank and a drainage system. Septic systems are common in rural areas but can be found in urban places, too. Continue reading “3 Things Every Homeowner Should Know About Septic Systems”
There are different ways to disinfect your septic toilet. Using bleach shouldn’t be one of them. However, since bleach is a common and a very useful household item, it’s easy for everyone to just grab it and use it for all types of cleaning. Bleach has countless uses. They can be used to whiten surfaces, sanitize, kill germs, and remove stains. In fact, most toilet bowl cleaners you can buy in the supermarket are bleach or chlorine based. Continue reading “Why You Shouldn’t Use Bleach in Cleaning Your Septic Toilet”
Septic toilets and green toilets basically have the same function. They are both composting toilet tanks. Both toilets store waste and serve as the decomposing environment. These toilets also require consistent cleaning and regular maintenance for both to work properly. Continue reading “The Difference Between Septic Toilet and Green Toilet”
If you want to be stress-free and save more money in the long run, you need to be more practical and exert some time and effort in maintaining your septic system. Keeping a well-functioning septic system is manageable. Here are some of the best things to do to make this happen: Continue reading “12 Things You Should Do To Maintain Your Septic System”