Toilet Cleaners and Septic Systems

Hey Folks, it's Mark Reynolds here, with a little advice on whether to use self-dispensing toilet cleaners or not. We live in a time where people want easy solutions to routine tasks, so these products are increasing in popularity. However, we do not recommend using any self-dispensing cleaners, because of the frequency of use. These cleaners have harsh chemicals that affect your system's biological health. Using toilet cleaners on an [...]

Septic Systems and Hygiene Wipes

Every time someone comes up with a new hygiene product, humans benefit, but the environment suffers in one way or another. In the case of septic systems, hygiene wipes are causing issues that recently affected a system at a local apartment building I am aware of. The wipes collected inside the drain lines, causing grease to build up behind them, causing a backup. I was told the expense was around [...]

Contacting the Folks at 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! You may fill out this form HERE to send us an email. We also have a phone number listed on the same page. If you simply go to www.SepticDrainer.com we have a chat method that can be utilized any [...]

Septic Care

Hey folks, septic pumping provides a few essential services for your septic system: 1) It removes solids from your tank. 2) It enables an inspection opportunity to check your tank for structural failures, including being sure your baffles are intact. 3) It oxygenates the system. You should consider a septic treatment, such as adding a bio-stimulant nutrient to feed your bacteria with Bio-Septic Boost. You should add a soil conditioner [...]

Fall Septic Maintenance

With winter coming, it is a great time to think about your septic system's health. We always recommend pumping your system every two years. Adding the proper additives is very important; please understand 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 the soil failing. [...]

Septic Systems and Hygiene Wipes

Every time someone comes up with a new hygiene product, humans benefit, but the environment suffers in one way or another. In the case of septic systems, hygiene wipes are causing issues that recently affected a system at a local apartment building I am aware of. The wipes collected inside the drain lines, causing grease to build up behind them, causing a backup. I was told the expense was around [...]

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