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My Grass Is Brown. Are My Spray Heads Working?

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With this dry weather, many customers are concerned that their aerobic system spray heads may not be working. Here’s a few tips in case you are wondering the same thing! Most spray heads spray in the middle of the night,   …Continue Reading


Septic Tank Safety: Risers and Safety Pans Save Lives

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What are safety pans and why are they important? A safety pan is a device used in conjunction with risers as an additional safety measure to prevent access to septic tanks. It is placed inside the primary lid of the   …Continue Reading


Top 5 Things We Find Built Over Septic Tanks

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“Why would they do that?” That’s the question we often don’t know the answer to. Often homeowners build over their septic tanks. Sometimes because they don’t know where the tank is, sometimes they don’t even know they have a septic   …Continue Reading


Covid and Your Septic System

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Covid has affected so many aspects of our everyday life. Did you know it has an effect on your septic system too? Increased usage on your septic system from staying home more can have many affects.  Each septic system is   …Continue Reading


Septic System Wreckers: Leaking Toilets & Dripping Faucets

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Has your toilet handle ever been stuck? Have to jiggle it to keep it from running? Does your faucet have a small drip? Homeowners often consider these plumbing leaks to be a minor annoyance and allow them to continue for   …Continue Reading


Keep It Clean!

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Did you know that all septic systems recycle your household wastewater usage? After the wastewater moves through the system, it is treated and then the liquids are returned to the earth. In conventional systems, this happens after the liquids have   …Continue Reading


Pump Your Tank

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Pumping your septic tank is one of the most important things you can do to keep your system functioning properly, yet, it’s one of the things that most homeowners don’t do. Why fix it if it ain’t broke? Well, because   …Continue Reading


Shield Your Field

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Your drainfield is an essential part of your septic system. Yet, it’s easy to disregard because it’s out of sight and out of mind. Here are a few way you can shied your field: Don’t allow vehicles to park or   …Continue Reading


Don’t strain your drain!

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In addition to keeping items out of the system that do not belong, excessive water entering your system can cause septic problems. Here are a few ways to avoid straining your system with hydraulic overload. Quickly fix running commodes Quickly   …Continue Reading


Think at the Sink!

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The items going down your drains have a big impact on your septic system. Here are some things to avoid pouring down your drains! Grease (wipe your pans with paper towel before rinsing) Chemicals (harsh cleaning chemicals, excessive bleach, etc.)   …Continue Reading


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