No More Stinky Septic Problems

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No More Stinky Septic Problems

When I moved into my new house, I assumed that the residence used a city sewage system like the four houses I lived in previously. The homeowner did not tell me about the septic tank and I did not think to ask. Not only was I not informed of the septic system, but I was not told that the tank had not been cleaned in six years. I started to smell a foul odor from my toilet soon after I moved in and there seemed to be a disgusting discharge building on my lawn. I knew that I had a serious problem when raw sewage started to come back up through my toilet. After an investigation by a plumber and an emergency septic service call, my septic tank was emptied and repaired. I now know that septic care is extremely important and I want you to know this too.


Septic Tank Cleaning: Why It Must Be Done

Do you have a problem with water not going down drains as fast as it should? If you are using a septic system for the plumbing needs of your house, it may be time to invest in getting the tank cleaned. A full septic tank can cause drainage problems in plumbing fixtures. How Can a Full Septic Tank Cause Slow Plumbing Fixture Drainage? It is important for you to understand that all of the waste from plumbing fixtures goes into a tank that must be emptied out on occasion to prevent drainage problems. Read More 

How A Contractor Can Repair Your Busted Sewer Line

If you see sewer waste collecting in your yard, or notice a strong sewer smell, you could have a busted pipe that's leaking waste into your yard. This is a potentially dangerous situation, especially if you have kids or pets that play outside. Also, if your sewer line has problems, waste could back up into your toilet or bathtub. Since the line is underground and the waste contains pathogens, it's best to call a contractor to fix the problem. Read More