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What to Expect When You Call For Septic Repair

Chances are that when you purchased your home and were told that it had a septic tank and fields, you didn't pay very much attention. If you're like most homeowners, your septic system is definitely something that is out of sight and out of mind. You might be surprised to know that this is how septic systems were designed to be this way. In order to maintain this hands-off approach, however, you'll have to do your part.

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4 Signs That Your Sewer Repair Shouldn't Be DIY

Even though the do-it-yourself model is something that America was built on, there are some instances when calling a professional makes more sense. Not only will doing so lead to less frustration on your part, it could reduce the amount of time that you have to suffer from your sewer issues. The following are signs that you should call a professional instead of trying to repair it yourself:

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Your Day-to-Day Sewer Care Guide

Your home’s plumbing is important. Not only does it secure your home’s facilities, it prevents devastating damages. A home without protected pipes is a home in danger. To protect your household’s sewage system, pipes and septic system, do the following:

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Five Drain Clog Hacks You Should Know

So, you’re facing a clogged drain but don’t worry, you don’t need to call a plumbing team right away, there are a few tricks available to you, and none are terribly expensive. Professional help is always advised, but it doesn’t always have to be your first resort. If you think the clog is minimal, try out these five clogged drain hacks.

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Keeping Your Septic System in Tip-Top Shape

Whether you've had problems with your septic system or had a close friend who always seems to be calling a repair service, you may have wondered why some systems seem to work better than others. In rare instances it may be because of the ground or because a system wasn't installed properly, but those situations are not common. More likely the cause is because of the way the system is treated by it's current and previous owners.

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Backflow in a Drain

If you've ever experienced a clogged plumbing pipe, you understand it isn't a pleasant experience. There are ways you can unclog a drain if you're handy around the house, or you might hire a plumber if it isn't something you're comfortable doing. What's worse is when the septic system is full and backflowing into your plumbing pipes. This is not a do it yourself project but always requires the services of a professional to assure the problem is resolved whether the septic tank is pumped and cleaned or whether you need the system to be replaced.

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Why Septic Maintenance Service Is Important

Your septic system is an integral component of your household. It is solely responsible for removing the waste from your home, which ensures both your family’s health and the health of your community. As such, you should get septic maintenance as needed to ensure your system continues to function as it should.

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Why You Should Get Your Septic System Inspected

Many people ignore their septic system, but it’s one of the most important systems in their home. When it works, it helps keep your family safe and away from toxins that can make them sick. When it doesn’t, it can be a headache and a hazard. The following are a few of the many reasons you should have your septic system inspected at least once a year.

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The Importance of Septic Maintenance

When's the last time you thought about your septic system? Was it this morning when you were in the bathroom, getting ready for your day? Chances are that even if you had a leisurely morning of getting ready, that you never thought about your septic system. That's okay! Most homeowners don't give a second thought to their septic systems. In the best case scenario, you won't have to give much thought to this vital system of your home. 

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Are Your Trees Affecting Your Septic System?

If you live in a rural area, then it’s likely that you have a septic system that transports waste from your home. Much like a fully functional electrical system, having a properly working septic system in your home is critical.

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