• How To Avoid Cracks In Your New Concrete Septic Tank


    If you are having a new septic tank installed, there is a good chance that it will be made out of concrete. Concrete septic tanks are cost-effective and can last for many years, but there is one problem that you have to worry about -- cracking. Obviously, these cracks can cause a lot of problems, such as serious leaks. Although the cracks can be repaired in some cases, they can cause a big mess in the meantime.
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  • Two Tips To Keep Your Septic System From Freezing During Winter


    The pipes and holding tanks for a septic system are typically buried underground. Because of this, some people assume this will prevent the system from freezing during the winter. However, that's not true at all. If you don't take precautions this winter, you may end up with burst pipes, a yard full of slushy sewage, and giant bill. Here are two tips to prevent your septic system from freezing during the cold season.
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  • Maintain Your Vessel's Performance By Keeping The Hull Clean


    Hull cleaning is an integral part of ensuring your vessel performs at a high-level of performance. By keeping the underside of the boat free and clear of bio-fouling, marine life buildup and other debris, this extends the life of the anti-corrosive and  anti-foulant coating on the underside of the boat and helps prevent a calcereous growth from forming, both of which can keep the boat operating better. Signs Of A Dirty Hull
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  • Different Methods For Maintaining Your Home's Septic System


    When your home uses a septic tank to remove waste products from your home, it is imperative to keep the entire system working properly. To accomplish this goal, you need to know the methods that will keep the system working for years to come. Routine Pumping One service that will keep your septic system working is pumping out the waste from inside the tank on a routine basis. Over time, the waste will build up, and it could cause several issues within the system itself.
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