Tips To Ensure Your Septic Tank Survives Old Man Winter

Posted on: 11 February 2019
If you own a septic tank, you likely already know that it's important to manage your water supply and watch what you put down the drain. But the winter season can bring even more potential issues that any property owner with a septic system will want to be aware of. Here are some tips to keep in mind in order to ensure that your septic tank and system survives the coldest season of the year.
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Set Up A Restroom Area For Your Scout Group Members

Posted on: 25 December 2018
Portable toilets are a necessity if modern plumbing and a septic system isn't available on the camping site that you and your scout group members are staying on. Why make things more primitive than they need to be? Add some features to the area where the portable toilets are set up that will make taking a 'potty break' comfortable and sanitary. Give Your Group Members A Little Privacy Have you ever hung out with your friends at an outdoor venue and been picked on because you were the person who opted to use a portable toilet because your bladder was full and you didn't have any other options?
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Getting Ready To Raise Farm Animals? Protect Your Septic Tank From Them

Posted on: 20 November 2018
If you live in a rural area of the state, you may take advantage of your land by planting trees, growing vegetables, and even raising farm animals. Although everything you plan to do benefits the environment, it may not be so great for your septic tank. If you allow your livestock to roam freely over your property, they can end up damaging your septic tank and drain field. Take the steps below to keep your septic system and farm animals safe.
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7 Things To Clean In Your House Annually That You Probably Don't Even Know About

Posted on: 19 September 2018
Everyone knows to replace the batteries in your smoke detector once a year, but what else do you need to do when you own a home? 1. Furnace: Your furnace is a key component of your home. It keeps you warm in the winter and makes sure that your pipes do not freeze. Have an HVAC company service your furnace annually and replace the filter monthly. Yes, monthly. 2. Septic Tank: Homes with private septic tanks need to have them inspected every year.
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