Contacting Septic Drainer

Hey Folks, it's your Septic Drainer friends here. We want to give our customers many ways to contact us, so we can help assist you with all your septic repair needs! Here is some more information on contacting Septic Drainer. You may fill out this form to send us an email. You can also call us at 518-812-0000. Or, if you simply go to www.SepticDrainer.com, we also have a live [...]

How to Repair Septic Systems Using Septic Drainer

Hello, it's your friends at Septic Drainer here. In this post, we'd like to share information and steps to take that will explain how to repair septic systems using our Septic Drainer line of products. First, some context. Did you know that according to the U.S. EPA, 90% of septic failures are in the drain field, leach field or seepage pit? Did you also know that there are many types [...]

Spring Septic Care Reminder

Hey folks, it's Mark Reynolds here with an important spring septic care reminder. It's time to have your septic tank pumped! Regular septic pumping is an essential preventative maintenance task that often goes ignored by homeowners. That can be a costly mistake, since septic pumping provides a few critical services for your septic system: 1) Septic pumping removes solids from your tank. This helps the process of breaking down waste [...]

Septic Treatments – Know The Facts

Hey, folks! It's 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 from septic treatments harms your system's biological health. For instance, someone 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 [...]

Drain Field Wet Spots – Signs of Septic Trouble

Septic systems fail long before you ever see it or notice anything is wrong. But when you do see drain field wet spots on your lawn, then you really know you're in trouble. Septic drain fields come in many shapes and sizes. To better understand the type of system you have, try visiting Septic Drainer for great illustrations on the types of septic drain fields. If you notice wet spots [...]

Fix Hardpan Soil to Repair Your Septic System

According to the U.S. EPA, 90% of septic failure happens in the septic system's drain field. That's a pretty interesting stat when you consider 99% of the products sold today do very little to solve the largest reason a septic system's drain field fails: "hardpan soil conditions." Read on to learn how to fix hardpan soil and save your septic system. Septic drain field failures started to increase after the [...]

Regular Septic Maintenance With Septic Drainer

Hey, it's Mark Reynolds here to talk about your septic system and the importance of regular septic maintenance. Don't end up like your neighbors, having their lawn dug up to replace a failed system, or worse yet, living on a lake and having to install a holding tank to be pumped. There are four things to consider with winter coming: 1. Pump your tank every two years and pump out [...]

Septic Repair: How To Choose The Right One For The Job

Choosing the right septic repair products for the correct applications is vital. The highest percentage of septic repair products sold today don't address the underlying septic drain field problem; they are products such as bacteria, that work on a symptom of septic drain field failure called bio-mat. That's only a partial solution to a much more extensive underlying problem. When the air flow stops in the soil of the septic [...]

Wet Spots In The Yard: Prevent Them With Simple Septic System Maintenance

Ever notice there are wet spots in your yard during or after a heavy rain, or after your septic system has had a lot of use? Those wet spots are usually because your septic drain field is not draining properly. Over time a layer of soil forms, which is called hard pan. Hard pan is formed from combining sodium and soil, which later causes septic failures. There are a couple [...]

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