Why It’s Illegal To Sell A Property With A Defective Septic Tank (And How To Fix It)

14 August 2019
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In some states, it is illegal to sell a property that has a defective septic system or a broken septic tank. You would be violating all kinds of local and regional environmental laws, which places not only you at fault but also the person or persons who purchase the property from you. The fines and punishments are outrageous, not to mention the fact that no real estate agent would help you sell such a property with those kinds of risks attached. Read More 

3 Safety Rules Every Property Owner With A Septic Tank Should Know

19 June 2019
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Hanging out in your backyard is a tank designed to hold the waste that you flush out of your home. If you're like many property owners, this tank will barely get any notice unless something goes wrong. However, septic tanks can actually pose some hazards, especially if they are quite old, somehow dysfunctional, or you are trying to do DIY repairs when you really shouldn't be. Take a look at some of the safety rules every property owner with a septic tank should know and follow. Read More 

How To Ensure Your Renters Don’t Damage Your Home’s Septic Tank

30 April 2019
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When you are a landlord, you need to check and discuss many things with your tenants. One of these is the septic services. Your tenants need to know what they can and cannot do, or some serious sewage problems may arise. There is a lot of information out there, so you can provide them with written details about everything they need to know. Drain care Many tenants will already know the following, but it will not harm anyone if you remind them. Read More 

Your Grease Trap Needs Service If You Notice These Signs

21 January 2019
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Grease traps help remove residual grease from water flowing down from restaurant drains. While the primary method of preventing grease clogs should be to remove all grease from plates and pans before washing them, the traps serve as a secondary method that removes those little bits of grease that workers might have missed. The traps are heavily regulated and need to be kept in good condition lest the restaurant be fined. Read More 

Hitting The Full Point? 4 Warning Signs That Your Home’s Septic Tank Needs A Pump Out

15 December 2018
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Learning to manage a home septic system can be a difficult job for those who are new to home ownership or those that have not previously dealt with maintaining a home septic system. If the septic system is functioning properly, little maintenance may be required, and the homeowner may only need to do an occasional visual inspections to ensure that it is continuing to work as it should. However, if the septic system is not functioning properly or is not being used correctly, it may require more attention from the homeowner, including frequent pump outs to help improve septic tank function and prevent sewage backups. Read More