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Septic Treatmemts

Hey Folks! Your Septic Drainer friends here to talk about septic treatments and their impact on your septic system's biological and soil health. Septic Systems require biology and permeable soil to function. Adding harsh chemicals harms your system's biological health. For instance, someone on chemotherapy or using bleach in your toilet will destroy the active bacteria in the system. An oxygen deficient system can cause Aerobic Bacteria to die. Adding [...]

Septic Treatmemts

Hey Folks! We are here to talk about septic treatments and their impact on your septic system's biological and soil health. Septic Systems require biology and permeable soil to function. Adding harsh chemicals harms your system's biological health. For instance, someone on chemotherapy or using bleach in your toilet will destroy the active bacteria in the system. An oxygen deficient system can cause Aerobic Bacteria to die. Adding too much [...]

Septic Treatments Winter Time Schedule

Hey Folks here to talk about Septic Treatments. The worldwide web at times is a great resource for information, its like a 24/7 Hows it Made Show and for us information junkies its pretty cool. Your Septic System remains an average temperature of 55 degrees year round, the temperature is dependent on the depth of the system as well. In Alaska the average depth of a system is twenty feet [...]

Fall Septic Maintenance

With winter coming it is a great time to think about your septic systems's health. We always recommend pumping your system every two years, adding the property the proper additives is very important please under stand you have the biological health and the drain field soil health to be concerned with, Remember the EPA says 90% of septic failures happen in the drain field which usually is  as result of [...]

Septic Treatmemts

Hey Folks! Mark Reynolds here to talk about septic treatments and their impact on your septic system's biological and soil health. Septic Systems require biology and permeable soil to function. Adding harsh chemicals harms your system's biological health. For instance, someone on chemotherapy or using bleach in your toilet will destroy the active bacteria in the system. An oxygen deficient system can cause Aerobic Bacteria to die. Adding too much [...]

Water Softeners and Septic Systems

Hey Mark Reynolds here to talk about your water softeners and the salt brine that discharges into your septic system.  It's a little known fact that salt can affect the performance of your septic system's drain field. When salt combines with the soil especially in clay soil it binds up preventing liquid percolation.  This condition is called Hard Pan Soil. The average homeowners discharges 56 lbs of sodium in a [...]

Septic Drain Field Repair

By Mark Reynolds According to the US EPA 90% of septic failure happens in the septic's drain field, that's pretty interesting stats when you consider 99% of the products sold today do very little for the largest reason a septic system's drain field's fail, the reason is "hard pan soil conditions". Septic drain field failures started to increase after the Clean Air Act of the 1970's which reduced sulfur omissions, [...]

Regular Septic Maintenance

Hey Mark Reynolds here to talk about your septic system. Four things to consider with winter coming. Don't end up like your neighbors having their lawn dug up to replace a failed system or worse yet living on lake having to install a holding tank to be pumped. 1. Pump your tank every two years, pump out your tank and drain field every five years  2. Keep your drain field [...]

Wet Spots in your lawn?

https://youtu.be/KR3CVYCp8ik If you have wet spots in your lawn you may be experiencing septic failure. We would consider this a stage three in a septic system's stage of 1-4 failures. You may see a black slimy substance that's called Bio-Mat. Your system is not 100% failed at stage three but stage four is not far off.  You can restore a system that's even at stage four failure by following our [...]