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What You Need to Know About Septic System Care

Understanding how a septic system works is vital to maintaining one. In this post, we’re going to take a deeper dive into how your septic system functions and the finer points of septic system care, so you'll have a better idea of what you need to do to keep it working properly. All systems work first by separating the solids from the liquids. This is accomplished by the use of [...]

Fall Septic Maintenance Tips: It’s That Time Again

With every new season, there are important things you should do to keep your home's septic system healthy. So with summer now fading into memory, it's to time to consider some of our key fall septic maintenance tips. First and foremost, fall is a good time to have your system pumped and inspected. You should always pump your system every two years, and fall represents your last chance before the [...]

The Importance of Septic System Inspection

Hi, it’s Mark Reynolds, here to talk about the importance of septic system inspection, including the septic drain field. Municipalities are requiring septic inspections more and more these days. And for good reason: an unwitting new homeowner with a failed system could be faced with an expense of $4,000 to $15,000, and even as high as $30,000. Not to mention, improperly functioning systems negatively impact the health of our water [...]

Are Self-Dispensing Toilet Cleaners Safe for 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 toilet cleaners, because of the frequency of use. These cleaners have harsh chemicals that affect your system's biological health. They may contain sulfates, [...]

Septic Drainer on Facebook – Follow Us!

Hey folks: Make sure you follow Septic Drainer on Facebook! We offer exclusive deals to our followers throughout the year. Our page also contains useful information, tips, insights and updates on the Septic Drainer family of products. You can follow us HERE. Social media is such a great tool for learning and communicating. We hope you will use our Facebook page as a way of interacting with us and learning [...]

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 [...]

Fall Septic Maintenance Reminder

With winter coming, it is a great time to think about your septic system's health and the fall septic maintenance tasks you may want to consider. You may especially want to take care of anything tasks that involve accessing the septic system, before the snow comes and the ground freezes as winter arrives. We always recommend pumping your system every two years. It is one of our key recommendations and [...]

Hygiene Wipes and Septic Systems

Every time someone comes up with a new hygiene product, humans benefit. But, the environment suffers in one way or another. This holds true with hygiene wipes, which are continually increasing in popularity. They may be convenient and comfortable, but they can also spell disaster for septic systems and the environment. So read on and think twice before using these products. In the case of septic systems, hygiene wipes are [...]

Septic Systems – How They Work

Most people who own septic systems understand that as soon as you flush your toilet, the waste goes away. That is the extent of their understanding. What happens to your waste once you flush? 1) Your waste passes through a trap, if your system is plumbed properly. A trap is a device that allows water and solids to pass through it, leaving water in the bottom of the trap to prevent [...]