21Jan

When is a Good Time to Install a New Septic System?

When is a Good Time to Install a New Septic System?   Obviously, a functioning septic system is essential to the health, well-being, and comfort of your home and family members. A single unusable shower, dishwasher, sink or toilet is an inconvenience enough, imagine if all of the plumbing in...

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26Dec

When You Should Call for Emergency Septic Tank Service

When You Should Call for Emergency Septic Tank Service   By default, emergencies are unscheduled events that can’t be planned for. An emergency is by nature an inconvenient and often unpleasant experience, but a septic system emergency doesn’t have to be as bad as it sounds. Call our office ...

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27Nov

Septic Tank Odor: How to Eliminate it

Septic Tank Odor: How to Eliminate it   While the idea of a septic tank and system seems like an unclean option for waste management, most septic systems rarely exude any septic tank odor or unpleasantness, even after years of service. Of course, the key to keeping your septic system working...

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24Oct

Septic Repair: Why You Should Always Leave it to the Professionals

Septic Repair: Why You Should Always Leave it to the Professionals   For most homeowners, weighing the pros and cons of what to hire a professional for and what to DIY can be stressful and overwhelming. For most people, normal household maintenance and repair projects are enjoyable, and an e...

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24Sep

What Constitutes as a Septic Tank Emergency?

What Constitutes as a Septic Tank Emergency?   With all the information we provide about septic systems, how to keep them in good operating order and what to expect with their maintenance, it would be surprising if one of our regular blog-readers or customers had a septic tank emergency. But...

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30Aug

How to Protect Your Septic System & Conserve Water

How to Protect Your Septic System & Conserve Water Did you know that almost 98% of the earth’s water is saltwater? Amazing, right? Saltwater is not potable or usable for most human and animal functions, such as drinking, bathing, etc. Therefore it’s essential that we conserve water, kee...

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16Jul

Important Things You Should Know About Your Septic System

By Shankster Bros / July 16, 2019 / General / No Comments

Important Things You Should Know About Your Septic System   According to the United States EPA, almost 25% of American residential properties use septic systems to disperse sewage and grey water, which means that almost four billion gallons of wastewater is dispersed beneath the ground soil ...

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