Rain and Septic Drain Fields – The True Effects

There are some misconceptions on the relationship between heavy rain and septic drain fields. So in this blog, we'll discuss these falsehoods and provide you with factual information you can utilize in the future. The truth is, if a septic system is failing, heavy amounts of rain will only accentuate the problem, making the failure more noticeable. The heavy rain isn't the real culprit; it's really the failed septic system [...]

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 [...]

Spring Drain Field Maintenance

On Friday, March 20 it will officially be spring! (Even though the weather may seem to still be that of a winter wonderland in some areas.) That means it's time for spring drain field maintenance. In spring we all enjoy an outdoor activity or two. Going for walks, biking, hiking and prepping our gardens for planting beautiful flowers or delicious fruits and veggies is great. Breaking out the patio furniture [...]