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Septic Tank Pumping Explained- Why It’s Important & When To Do It.

Septic Tank Pumping Explained- Why It’s Important & When To Do It.

A little trivia: an average home with two baths and three occupants can produce about 250 to 300 gallons of wastewater per day. That is a lot of flow for an on-site septic system to treat and process. This is why regularly pumping your septic tank is perhaps the most...
How to Fix a Leaking Septic Tank

How to Fix a Leaking Septic Tank

During what is ideally a regular septic tank inspection, checking for septic tank leaks should be one of the first things accomplished. Bear in mind that a septic tank can develop cracks over the years, with earth movement, or because the materials used were of...
The Difference between Aerobic and Anaerobic Septic Systems

The Difference between Aerobic and Anaerobic Septic Systems

Anaerobic septic systems are more typical among home and business properties in the US. Although recently, aerobic septic systems have gained more popularity and are being installed in properties more and more. There are, of course, advantages and disadvantages to...
How to Get a Septic System to Pass Inspection: A Complete Guide

How to Get a Septic System to Pass Inspection: A Complete Guide

If you are in the early stages of selling or refinancing the mortgage on your home or business property, expect to undergo a Title Five Inspection – and you should endeavor to pass it. A Title Five inspection is a standard requirement by the Board of Health and each...
Septic Tank Costs: Installation, Inspection, Maintenance

Septic Tank Costs: Installation, Inspection, Maintenance

Septic tank systems are individual on-site, dedicated wastewater treatment facilities. They’re typical in rural areas where public centralized sewer management is not accessible. There are several types of septic systems used across the country, but the most common is...
Do Septic Tanks Need Additives? Your Questions Answered

Do Septic Tanks Need Additives? Your Questions Answered

Almost 30 million home or business owners across the US rely on on-site dedicated septic systems to treat wastewater. This is particularly true in rural areas where homes are not connected to public centralized sewer systems. If your own home or business property...
Septic Tank vs. Holding Tank: What’s the Difference?

Septic Tank vs. Holding Tank: What’s the Difference?

Septic tank. Holding tank. Plenty of home and business property owners commonly and mistakenly interchange these two terms. Once and for all, know that a septic tank and a holding tank are two very different things. Yes, holding tanks and septic tanks both provide...
Are Concrete Septic Tanks Better Than Plastic?

Are Concrete Septic Tanks Better Than Plastic?

Septic tanks are fabricated using different materials. Concrete and plastic are two of the preferred types of septic tanks. Expectedly, each type of septic tank possesses several advantages and disadvantages, relative to the other. If you are choosing between a...
The 10 Pros and Cons of Septic Systems

The 10 Pros and Cons of Septic Systems

The on-site dedicated septic tank system is one of two main methods for draining wastewater out of homes and business establishments. This system requires a septic tank, buried underground somewhere on the side or back part of a property. This septic tank receives...