Keeping An Eye On Your Septic Tank

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Health Effects Of Sewage Water

Everyone knows that untreated sewage is disgusting and smelly. If you have a septic tank or a blocked municipal system, you may have experienced a basement flooded with sewer water or a yard soaked with the substance.  Although the cleanup effort can be extremely unpleasant and time-consuming, the health effects can be devastating. If you […]

Buying A Home With A Septic System

If you have always lived in a home that was hooked up to a municipal sewer system, you may worry about acquiring a property with a septic tank. Many people successfully live with septic systems every day, but you do need to take a few steps before you buy your new home. Inspection Some states […]

Should You Buy A Home With A Septic System?

Septic systems are a fairly hot topic when it comes to buying a home. Namely, is it in a homeowner’s best interest to buy a home with or without a septic system? In order to answer this question, it helps to learn more about septic systems and how you may benefit from one.   How […]

How To Protect Your Main Sewer Pipe

Your main sewer pipe is the pipe that carries all of your home’s wastewater into the larger public sewer pipe that runs down your street. Most homeowners don’t give their main sewer pipe a lot of thought or consideration until it becomes clogged — and this is a mistake. Since repairing or replacing a main […]

Basic Tips For Caring For Your Septic System

If you are new to owning a home with a septic tank system, it’s important to know what type of maintenance your system needs to work effectively. While the main service your septic system will need is to be pumped every three to five years, you may need additional service if your system begins to […]