Your septic system’s inlet pipe is what connects your home’s plumbing to your septic tank. When you use the plumbing fixtures in your home like your toilet, waste travels by gravity through the pipe into the tank, where it will be broken down by bacteria. Unfortunately, the septic inlet pipe can sometimes break and start leaking. Driving a heavy vehicle like an RV over the inlet pipe can break it, and it can also break from water freezing in the pipe.…Read More »
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Septic tank repair technology has come a long way in recent years, with new innovations and trends emerging to make septic tank maintenance and repair more efficient and effective. Here are four of the latest trends and innovations in septic tank repair technology. High-pressure Water Jetting High-pressure water jetting uses a high-pressure water jet to clean and unclog septic tanks and drain lines. This technology is more effective than traditional methods, such as snaking or rodding, as it can remove even the most stubborn blockages without damaging the tank or drain lines.…Read More »
Septic and drain cleaning can be a dirty and messy job, but one that needs to be done to prevent serious health and property damage from occurring. It can also help save you money in the long run as it prevents issues such as blockages, backups, and overflows. Luckily, a septic cleaning company can employ specialized techniques and equipment to keep your system clear and free-flowing. Here are four dangers of not cleaning your septic system regularly:…Read More »