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.


Plumbing Troubles? When To Call A Professional

Between the toilet not flushing properly and a frequent water backup in the shower, these things can be frustrating. Often people just brush it off as low water pressure or a minor clog. But, in some cases, the underlying cause could be troubling. If after trying to unclog the blockage fails, calling in a pro is your best bet. Here are some things to consider.   Toilet Consistently Overflows Flushing the toilet should be a smooth and effortless process. Read More 

Bought A Property With A Septic System? Here Is When To Seek Septic Pumping Services

Your septic tank deserves attention, like anything else in your home. When should you pump your septic tank? And what is a better way to do this than to schedule pumping regularly? But how regularly should you call a specialist for septic pumping? This article will help answer your questions. 1. Don't Wait for Warning Signs to Pump Your Septic Tank Putting off septic pumping until something is amiss can be one costly mistake you do not want to make as a homeowner. Read More