A Brief Guide to Septic Pumps

Septic systems provide waste removal services for many households across the country. Each septic system is made up of several components that work together to store, process, and disperse residential waste. Homeowners need to understand each of these components if they want to maintain their septic systems properly. Pumps play an integral role in moving waste through a septic system. Learn more about septic pumps so that you can keep your septic system working. Read More 

Having Guests In For The Holidays? How To Avoid Issues With Your Septic System

The holidays are in full swing. If you're like most people, you're busy preparing for the holiday get-togethers. While you're busy planning your menu and activities, and readying your home for the festivities, don't forget about your septic system. If not properly prepared, your septic system can give you quite a few problems during the holidays. Here are just four of the steps you can take to prevent septic troubles this holiday season. Read More 

What Can Be Done If Your Drain Field Fails?

Your septic system really consists of two components: the septic tank, and the drain field. When the system starts acting up, people often assume the tank is to blame. But sometimes, it is the drain field that is the issue. The pipes leading into the drain field can become crushed or filled with soil, the soil can become too compacted or erosion can rinse soil out of the drain field, leading to flooding. Read More 

Three Reasons Why It’s Important To Clean Your Septic Tank

Septic tanks are cantankerous things. They can go an entire year or more without needing pumping and clearing out. However, when the time does arrive for the tank to be pumped, you should seriously consider septic tank cleaning services. There are some valid reasons for having the tank cleaned, as you shall see momentarily. Reason Number One: Cleaning the Tank Removes Clogs You Did Not Know You Had Septic tanks can acquire blockages in the exit ports to the drainage field as well as the port from the pipe that feeds into the tank from the house. Read More 

4 Tips For Taking Care Of Your Commercial Grease Trap

If you have a grease trap in your commercial kitchen, it is important to understand how to take proper care of your grease trap. In many states, there are legal rules you have to follow in regards to how you take care of your grease trap. Additionally, you need to know how to take care of your grease trap as a part of taking good care of your kitchen. Stop Pouring Grease Down Your Drains Read More