Leaking Tanks And Soggy Lawns: 3 Concrete Septic System Problems And Solutions

5 March 2018
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One of the most commonly used materials for a septic system over the past decades has been concrete tanks. It is a cheap, durable and affordable material. unfortunately, concrete is also susceptible to several problems, such as leaks, deterioration, and cracks. If you have an older concrete septic tank, here are some tips to help deal with these problems: 1. Cracked or Leaking Concrete Tanks and Liner Solutions Concrete septic tanks are most vulnerable to leaks, which can be caused by settling, pour concrete or simply wear. Read More 

The Craziest Portable Toilet Contests Ever And How You Can Participate

30 January 2018
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Portable toilet rentals bring to mind music festivals and summer camps. At least, for most people, this is what portable toilets, or "porta-potties," remind them of. As for everyone else, the portable toilet is an object worthy of contests and competitions. Portable toilet rentals have been commandeered for the purpose of these unusual contests and competitions. (If you would like to try your hand at any of the portable toilet competitions, you are free to do so as the owner of a portable toilet. Read More 

3 Septic Tank Maintenance Tips To Prevent Failures And Costly Repairs

10 January 2018
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The septic tank of your home is an important part of the plumbing system, and poor maintenance can lead to failure. Maintaining your septic tank is important to prevent costly repairs and serious plumbing problems in your home. Here are a few septic tank maintenance tips that will help prevent failures and the expensive repairs that come with them: 1. Be Cautious of What Goes in The Septic System There are many things that can cause damage when they end up in your septic system. Read More 

3 Signs Your Septic Tank Needs To Be Emptied

12 December 2017
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Have you recently moved to a new home? Does this new home have a septic system instead of being hooked up to a city sewer system? When you live in a home that is more rural than urban, it's not uncommon to find that your home has a septic tank instead of being hooked up to a larger method of waste disposal. While caring for a septic system is largely the same as the things you'd do for a city sewer system, there are a few differences. Read More 

3 Water Well Maintenance Tips To Prevent Wear And Costly Equipment Repairs

22 November 2017
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The well of your home may provide you with clean water, which is why it is important that you know the maintenance it needs. Water wells have the equipment to give your household plumbing water pressure, as well as filtration systems to remove contaminants and mineral contents from the water. Repairs to this equipment can be expensive if you do not keep up with maintenance. Here are some tips to help prevent wear of well equipment and the costly repairs: Read More