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Sumer Septic Maintenance Tips

There’s never been a better time for septic tank maintenance than there is in the summer months. The soil is softer, the grass is greener and whatever damage is don’t quickly by the time it’s OK to go back to their college programs. Here are some tips for you in terms...

How to avoid clogging drains

Preparation is important when it comes to anything in life, but especially when it comes to maintaining your home – preparation is an absolute necessity. Clogged drains are really no different. Clogged drains represent a significant issue for many and can have...

What makes a good lift station company?

If your home or business uses a septic system, there is a strong sense that you’ll have to have a professional lift station or septic professional to help you address an issue with your system. Today, we’re going to talk about the kind of septic and/or lift station...

All about pump stations

For many of our customers, ‘lift stations’ are a new concept. Sometimes they’re considered ‘pump stations’ – but for most people, they have no clue what they are. Today, we’re going to discuss what some of these lift stations are and what they’re primarily used for....

4 signs your septic system may be in trouble

Nothing is more costly and more of a hassle than a damaged septic system. Here are some warning signs you should look out for as an indication that your system may have something wrong with it. Let’s jump right in! Sewage backup Backup is always more of a problem than...

Back to basics!

As a homeowner, it’s really beneficial to know the basics about your septic system. After all, when you understand you septic system, you’ll be more aware and keen as to when there are potential problems that could cause a significant issue. In the past, we’ve talked...