8Jan

Septic System Best Practices – What to Do and Why

Septic System Best Practices – What to Do and Why As a full-service septic pumping and excavation company, we get a lot of questions about how to maintain a septic system, particularly after a home or business owner has had a septic tank or drain field emergency. Like most things around you...

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20Dec

What is Tile Drainage?

By Shankster Bros / December 20, 2018 / Farm Services, General / No Comments

What is Tile Drainage? Soggy, mucky fields are a big problem for Indiana agriculture. Heavy machinery gets stuck, crop yields suffer, root systems are compromised and the ground gets torn up, creating hard-to-harvest irregularities in the fields. Tile drainage solves the problem of excess water f...

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2Oct

The Best and Worst Septic Cleaning Products

The Best and Worst Septic Cleaning Products Picking the best or avoiding the worst septic cleaning products is critical to maintaining a healthy septic system. Your home or business septic system is dependent on vibrant, active bacteria to keep your septic tank healthy and your system running tir...

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25Jul

Septic Tank Installation and Inspection Checklist

Septic Tank Installation and Inspection Checklist Here’s an easy-reference checklist for your septic tank installation. While septic systems are very common in the U.S., (nearly 30% of homes have a septic tank!) they can be complicated to install and keep up, if you haven’t done it before or are ...

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26Jun

Be in the know: The ins and outs of Septic Tank Pumping

Be in the know: The ins and outs of Septic Tank Pumping Once you hire Shankster Bros (septic tank cleaning company in Indiana). to inspect, service and pump your septic tank, it is our responsibility to do the job right with minimal cost, inconvenience, and delays. However, many homeowners like t...

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29May

3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Pumping Your Septic Tank

3 Reasons You Shouldn’t Ignore Pumping Your Septic Tank   Are your sinks, bathtubs, and toilets slowly draining? Are you noticing spongy or soggy areas of water on the ground or above the septic tank?  If so, most likely you’re one of the almost 25% of US households who have a septic ...

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16Apr

Septic Tank Pumping Schedule – Should you have one?

Septic Tank Pumping Schedule – Should you have one? Creating a septic tank pumping schedule isn’t something most homeowners think about often until they have a soggy drainfield, plumbing problems or a back-up of wastewater. Then, septic pumping is all any homeowner can think about until the...

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