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Do septic pumps leave bad odors behind?

Most owners get that regular septic tank pumpings are important. Not only do they prolong the lifespan of your septic tank, but they also prevent backups from occurring and help to keep those long, gross, lingering odors to a minimum. That being said, while septic...

How to get ready for your septic tank pumped

The average septic tank needs to be pumped every 1-3 years. That being said, there are factors that might make it necessary for the system to be pumped more than that – from the age of the tank, the design to usage, etc. This is important as an overfull septic tank...

Three common septic system myths

When it comes to purchasing a septic system, there’s a lot of information out there – some of which is incredibly valuable and some of which is, well – a myth. Today, we’re going to address some of the common myths and facts surrounding septic systems so that you can...

Buying a house with a septic system

Sometimes when prospective homeowners see that a house has a septic system, they get a little nervous. These are homes that aren’t serviced by a municipal sewer and have a standalone system that will take care of their wastewater situation. Today, we’re going to jump...

The most common causes of septic tank failures

Whether you’re a new homeowner or you’re an experienced veteran when it comes to managing a septic tank, at some point you’ll have to deal with some sort of maintenance issue that will involve calling a company like ours. We get all sorts of calls when things go...

Septic Tank Maintenance for Beginners

So you’ve gone through the process and now you’re ready to take the dive an install a septic system on your property. With the project on the horizon, you’ll have to take care of a few things so that your home and property is prepared for what’s coming. Most...