Urban buildings have sewer systems with plumbing networks and pumping stations that transport wastewater from the building to the sewage disposal. However, buildings in suburban and rural areas may use septic systems. Septic systems are sewage water treatment structures located underground to treat and dispose of sewage water from the building’s kitchen, lavatories, and bathrooms. These systems require frequent inspection to enhance their efficiency and longevity. As such, homeowners should regularly hire certified septic system inspection companies to assess the septic system’s condition and advise on any necessary repairs.…Read More »
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After buying a property with a private septic tank, you have probably saved a significant amount of money. Although you should not disturb the septic system, your septic tank needs routine maintenance to function efficiently. Experts recommend emptying and cleaning the tank from time to time as part of the maintenance practices. Unfortunately, if you don’t know how to determine when your tank is overfilled, you might schedule the services a little too late.…Read More »
Owning a home comes with its share of responsibilities. There are the small everyday tasks like sweeping and taking out the trash, and then the big tasks like septic tank pumping. While some home maintenance projects can easily be forgotten or ignored, septic system pumping shouldn’t be one of them. Check out some of the things that would happen if you ignored your septic system. Drains Slow Down Once the sludge in your septic tank accumulates for long without being pumped out, your home’s drains will begin to slow down.…Read More »