What You Can Do About A Septic System's Sewer Line Freezing

Posted on: 14 June 2016
It's very rare that a septic system's sewer line will freeze, since it's usually active enough that waste is flowing through it during the winter which keeps the pipe warm. Unfortunately, a sewer line for a septic tank could still freeze in extreme weather conditions or when the pipe is not insulated properly. When this happens, the waste has nowhere to go and will flow back towards your home and come out of the toilets and sinks.
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When Not To Pump Your Septic Tank

Posted on: 11 March 2016
You need to pump your septic tank regularly to prevent clogging, boost its efficiency, and prolong its life. However, there are specific times you shouldn't pump your septic system. Here are three examples of those times: The Area around the Field Is Flooded Many things can flood the ground around your septic tank. For example, a nearby river can overflow its banks after a serious storm; even too much rain can cause flooding.
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The 3 Most Important Things For New Septic Tank Owners To Know

Posted on: 29 January 2016
If you just purchased your first house with a septic tank, you need to learn how to take care of your septic tank. Here are three things that you need to know as a new septic tank owner.  Test & Inspect Your Tank On A Yearly Basis You need to have your tank tested on a yearly basis by a licensed professional. When they test your tank, they can let you know how full your tank is and if all the waste is breaking up properly.
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When To Have Portable Toilets On Hand And Where To Get Them

Posted on: 11 December 2015
Portable toilets can be very useful in several situations. Some of those situations are more serious than others. Here are just three examples of situations where it is a very good idea to have a portable toilet on hand. 1. Your Septic System Needs to Be Completely Redone When you call for septic services and find that your septic system needs a complete overhaul, you have a three-fold problem. Your entire yard and septic system has to be dug up, removed and replaced, which is very costly and time-consuming.
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