Signs Of A Septic Drainage Issue And How To Solve The Problem

Septic systems have two separate parts that work in conjunction with one another to deal with residential wastes. The first part is the septic tank that holds solid organic matter until it can be pumped from the container. The other part of the system consists of a drainage field. Drainage fields deal with all the water and other fluids that run through your waste system on a daily basis. The leach field will generally deal with fluids without much assistance, but the system may start to have a few problems that need to be addressed. Read More 

A Few Common Septic Leach Field Mistakes To Avoid

If you have a septic system that helps to deal with the wastes that are produced in your home, then you also have a leach field. The leach field is an underground series of trenches that allows water waste to seep out and drain into your lawn. Leach fields are not often considered by homeowners until a problem occurs. However, you should always try to keep the leach field in great shape. Read More 

Two Ways That Can Help You Go Green With Your Septic System Maintenance

Your septic system requires a lot of care and maintenance to ensure it is working as it should. If the waste doesn't break down as it should or it is not cared for, waste can back up into your yard or a clog can develop, causing waste to flow back into your home. While there are many chemical cleaners you can use to maintain your septic system, these can be harmful. Read More