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Septic System Treatments: How They Help You Avoid Disasters

A failing septic system can be very annoying, because it can cause bad odors and a big mess. Fortunately, septic system treatments can help you avoid such problems. If septic problems have already occurred, prevent it from happening ever again. Order Septic Drainer and our Bio-Septic Boost for septic system treatments and then follow up with our annual maintenance program. If you do, you will avoid costly big problems down [...]

Do You Need Septic Treatment?

Do you need septic treatment? Your septic drain field is very important, because that's where the wastewater is cleansed into the water table. If the drain field becomes clogged, it is important for you to start repairs with Septic Drainer. This will help get things restored, with the water being properly treated as intended. What are the main symptoms that you need Septic System Treatment? It can be tough to [...]

Flooded Leach Fields And Why You Shouldn’t Put Off Repairs

One of the worst scenarios is waking up to the sight and smell of flooded leach fields or flooded septic fields. You may be the type of person who normally (like the rest of us) puts off septic repairs as long as possible. Well, here are three reasons why you do not want to ignore flooded leach fields or flooded septic fields: Failure is an option. The biggest reason why [...]

Septic System Warning Signs You Don’t Want To Ignore

Your septic system is responsible for the treatment of wastewater from your home. Think you need septic system treatment or repair, but aren't quite sure? Here are four septic system warning signs and symptoms that you do: Water: When you need septic system treatment, you might start to see water pool up in certain places of your yard. Typically this happens near your drain field and tank, but this flooding [...]

Your Kitchen and Septic System: How They Are Linked

When it comes to septic system maintenance, you know you need to get your tank pumped regularly and you know that your system should be inspected and maintained with Septic Drainer's Maintenance Kit on a regular basis. But instead of looking at your system in terms of maintaining it in reverse, you might want to start at the top of the system...in this case, the kitchen! It turns out, your [...]

Garbage Disposals and Septic Systems – Maintenance Tips

A garbage disposal will grind up just about anything that could be harmful to your septic drain field and system before it goes down the drain, right? Well, unfortunately this isn’t always the case. Even though a garbage disposal does take kitchen bits and turns them into smaller pieces, these little bits and pieces can add up over time and clog a septic tank and septic drain field. What follows [...]

New Homeowner Septic Tips: Inspect Your Home’s Septic System

New homeowners getting ready to buy a new house are inundated with things to do before moving in. It’s important to have your property's septic system inspected before purchasing the house. Here are some new homeowner septic tips that may help. Septic system problems can be nearly undetectable and get worse, slowly over time. The current owner of the home may not know that their septic system could benefit from [...]

Septic System Pumping: Is It Important?

Short answer: YES! Regular septic system pumping is one of the most important maintenance steps you can take to save thousands in repairs. When wastewater exits your home, it works its way through the septic drain pipes and into your septic tank. Here, the solid waste settles at the bottom, the lighter oils and fats float and settle on top. In the middle, a clear layer of liquid settles. This [...]

Septic Drain Field Maintenance Is The Key To Septic System Longevity

Your septic drain field is the most important part of a septic system. This is the final spot during the wastewater treatment process; the drain field treats the waste from the septic system and eventually it is absorbed into the ground. Septic drain fields should be able to last anywhere from 25 to 35 years. Want to make sure your drain field lasts this long? Then you need to know [...]

September 23rd, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

How Septic Drain Field Repair Can Literally Save You Thousands

Septic systems are a great option for a home. But, if any part of the septic system stops working, the result is often a plumbing emergency that requires immediate attention. The system can become clogged and the septic drain field can fail. This is common if too much water is running through the septic tank at all times, since the walls never get the chance to dry. Due to the [...]