From the category archives: Septic Check

Sewer Services

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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Common Sewer Repair Problems You Can't Afford to Overlook

Everyone assumes their septic system will continue to work, even if they ignore it for years. Like other systems in your home, you must maintain your septic system. With the potential to cause serious problems both inside and outside your home, it’s important that you become aware of the common problems many septic systems face. When you know the symptoms, you can take steps early to fix the problem before these problems get too bad.

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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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Septic Systems and Sewers: How to Use the One if You're Familiar with the Other

Whether you've always used a septic system or had access to a public sewer, you likely have questions if switching from one to the other whether moving to a house without public sewer access or having a new public sewer system built to service your area. The difference as it affects your daily life is essentially nonexistent, other than as you realize you're responsible for maintenance on the septic system you'll likely be more careful about what you allow to go down the drain with the wastewater. There are a few differences you should be aware of when switching from one to the other.

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Does My Septic Tank Need Help Breaking Down Solids?

Given that there are 1,200 products strongly advising homeowners to enhance the effectiveness of their sewage treatment systems, it’s understandable that people feel pressured to literally pour their money down the toilet.  Who wouldn’t spend a few moments flushing a product to avoid septic repair services in the future?

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Safe For Flushing?: Harmful Products & Septic Systems

A septic system may seem invincible, but there's plenty of products that can easily destroy its inner workings. Thankfully, we're going to cover some of the specific products that should absolutely not be put in your septic tank. With this being said, here's a look at some products to avoid putting in your septic tank.

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What Is Sewage?

Sewage comes in several types: domestic sewage, commercial or industrial sewage, agricultural sewage, and storm sewage.

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