4 Ways to Unclog Drains When on a Septic System

What Can I use to Unclog a Drain with a Septic Tank? Unclogging drains is a challenge for most people, but it can be an even bigger challenge when you are on a septic system. Why is that though? Because a septic system depends on bacteria inside a septic tank to break down waste. Unclogging … Read more

Why Your Septic Alarm is Going Off & What to Do

What Does the Septic Tank Alarm Mean? Is your septic tank alarm going off and you don’t know why or what to do? I will tell you exactly that in this post. The reason your septic tank alarm is going off is because the level of water in the septic tank is either too high … Read more

How to Get Rid of Septic Tank Smell -Outside & Inside

It is normal to have a sewer smell inside a septic tank. The smell should however be contained inside the septic tank and should not leak outside or inside the house. Anaerobic bacteria break down organic waste inside the septic tank which results in production of carbon dioxide, methane and hydrogen sulfide gases. Hydrogen sulfide … Read more

7 Signs a Septic Tank is Full and Needs to be Emptied

Is Your Septic Tank Full or Clogged? If you live in a house with a septic system, it is important to know when to empty the septic tank to avoid inconveniences and sometimes expensive repairs. So, how do you know that a septic tank is full? Or rather what are the signs that a septic … Read more

Are Liquid Drain Cleaners Septic-Safe? Find Out Here

What Drain Cleaner is good for Septic Tanks? A septic system is very different from a public sewer system. In a public sewer system, the sewage is treated using chemicals before being released back to the environment. With a septic system, the waste is broken down organically using bacteria inside a septic tank. That is … Read more

How to Care & Keep Your Septic Tank Pumping Costs Low

How Often Does a Septic Tank Need to be Pumped? Septic systems are very sensitive. They can easily turn into a money pit if they are not well taken care of. A well maintained septic system will last for 30 years or more. Replacing a faulty septic system will cost up to $10000. A septic … Read more

5 Sure-Fire Ways to Find Your Septic Tank

Between 20 and 25% of homes in the United States use a septic system to take care of their house waste. Septic tanks are however not very conspicuous and might be harder to locate especially if you are a new home owner. So, how do you locate the septic tank in your property? There are … Read more