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How to Remedy a Smelly Sink

Refrigerators and garbage disposal aren’t the only sources of unwanted smells in your house. Sometimes, kitchen sinks and drains are to blame. Nothing is more off-putting than a terrible smell from your sink. The odor isn’t only annoying, but can also be a tell-tale sign of issues with your septic tank. Here are some tips you can […]

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What Happens if You Never Pump Your Septic Tank?

Do you own a septic tank? Did you know that there are various reasons to pump septic tanks regularly? By doing so, you will keep your tank functioning properly. If you don’t understand how a septic tank works, you may rely on a professional to come out and handle the task. It is still important for […]

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Can You Use Drain Cleaner if You Have a Septic Tank?

As a homeowner, you should be careful what you dump down your drain if you have a septic tank. A septic tank comprises a complex system that breaks down organic household wastewater using healthy bacteria and releases treated water into the ground. Therefore, disposing of some things down your drain can offset the delicate balance within […]

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How To Prevent a Frozen Septic Tank

Some areas experience colder and more extreme weather conditions during the wintertime. It isn’t uncommon for rivers, lakes, and other expanses of water to freeze solid during this time — even water underground may freeze. The frost line is a term used to describe the depth at which water will start to freeze underground.  The National […]

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What Is Wastewater Treatment?

Most people understand that all water is constantly being recycled somehow on the planet. Wastewater treatment is one way that has been devised to assist in the natural recycling process, to make more water available for use. Let’s look at exactly how wastewater treatment works. What Is Wastewater? Wastewater is simply water that has already been used. Every […]

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Tips on Finding Your Septic Tank

The septic tank is an important part of some homes’ plumbing systems. Located underground, septic tanks collect and hold wastewater, allowing time for solid materials to settle at the bottom. This water is then drained into a nearby drain field. Wondering how to know where your septic tank is? Below, we cover everything you need […]

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