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Posted on: 23 February 2022
If you are building a house out in the country, you can't count on hooking into a sewer line, because there likely isn't one. That means that you are going to have to have a septic tank installed. A septic tank installation will take a few days, and you have t

Posted on: 8 February 2022
A clogged drain can start off as such a simple problem and then spiral out of control the more you let it go unresolved. That's why you want to figure out solutions as quickly as you can before major damage and performance issues happen. Here are just some pro

Posted on: 27 January 2022
Grease traps are interceptors used in commercial kitchens to separate fats, oil, and grease from the kitchen water before draining it into the sewer system. They are common in most modern commercial kitchens because they effectively eradicate these waste mater

Posted on: 12 January 2022
Most homeowners ignore their septic systems because it is easier to let sleeping dogs lie. However, an overfilled or faulty septic tank can have severe repercussions if neglected. Although septic systems can serve you for a long time with minimal maintenance,

Posted on: 3 January 2022
Septic systems, as the name suggests, break down waste and do not require a connection to a sewer or other centralized wastewater system. It is generally acknowledged that there are six roles of plumbing in a septic system. Distribution System  This inclu

Posted on: 1 December 2021
Septic systems are specially designed to collect and manage sewage and wastewater from a house. With such an important role, you can see why keeping the system in good shape is important. Otherwise, you might have to deal with a catastrophic mess should you ig

Posted on: 18 November 2021
Houses not connected to public sewer lines need septic tanks to act as sewage reservoirs and wastewater treatment plants. However, the tank can fill up to dangerous levels and pose health and safety hazards after a few years. Therefore, it is important to know