How To Install A Replacement Baffle In Your Septic Tank

Posted on: 8 December 2015
A baffle is used to keep solids from flowing into your outlet pipe in your septic tank and clogging up the pipe and leach field. Baffles are typically made out of concrete. They are placed in front of the outlet pipe in the tank so solids can't directly flow into it. As the tank fills with water, the solids sink and the water spills over the baffle and into the outlet pipe.
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Things To Keep In Mind When Renting Portable Toilets

Posted on: 2 December 2015
Portable toilets can be incredibly useful if you are planning a large event or an event that is not near any facilities. However, there are quite a few things that you should know before you go out and rent portables. Estimate How Many Toilets You Will Need When renting toilets, there are quite a few factors that you will need to keep in mind when estimating how many you need. The size of the crowd is a valuable metric, but it is certainly not the only number that you need to look at.
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How To Avoid Cracks In Your New Concrete Septic Tank

Posted on: 1 December 2015
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

Posted on: 27 November 2015
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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