Welcome to my site. My name is Jorge. The septic company sent a notice to my home recently about pumping out the tank. After living in my home for a few years, it was time to service the septic tank to keep it in good condition for years afterward. I watched in awe as the septic truck cleared the tank and restored the function of the system. I will use this site to discuss the process of servicing the septic tank. I will also talk about repairs commonly performed on the septic components. I hope you will visit often to learn more.
14 September 2018
Whether you call it minimalism, the KonMari method, or just plain decluttering your out-of-control hoard, reducing the amount of stuff in one's home is a growing popular trend. While mass-consumerism is still alive and well, many people are concluding they simply have too much. Closets are jam-packed, dressers are overflowing, and every surface is covered in things. Rather than all these material possessions providing comfort or making life easier, people realize that these things require cleaning and dusting and increase their responsibilities but really don't add to their life.
27 May 2018
If you have noticed that there seems to be something wrong with your septic tank and its accompanying system -- such as if you have noticed a foul odor or standing sewage in your yard -- then it is important for you to call a septic tank repair service like A Better Aim septic immediately. These are a few reasons why this type of repair simply cannot wait. It's an Environmental Hazard
2 April 2018
If your sewer line is leaking sewage or bad odors onto your lawn, it's time to call a contractor for help. The sewage is a biohazard, and if the pipe is in trouble, your drains might stop flowing. You can have the pipe repaired by pulling it out and putting in a new one or having a new liner put in the old pipe. Here's how the options compare on three important factors.
27 February 2018
If you've been postponing your septic service, you could be setting yourself up for all kinds of problems, and some of them you might not have even thought of. You might not realize this, but allowing your septic tank to overfill could lead to blocked lines. When that happens, you're going to be left facing quite a few problems that you weren't expecting. Here's what can happen once your septic lines get blocked.
29 January 2018
When you have a septic tank, you want to make sure that you use the water effectively. Your septic tank is designed to filter through a certain amount of water each day. If you send too much water through your septic tank, your septic tank is not going to be able to filter all the water properly and is at a greater risk of developing problems. To reduce how much water you send through your septic tank, there are a few upgrades and adjustments you can make.