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.
25 September 2019
Becoming a homeowner means acquiring increased responsibilities. For instance, instead of calling the landlord to handle a repair issue, homeowners often must carry the burden of figuring out the problem, finding capable repair contractors, and covering the costs involved in the repair. When a problem involves a major component of the home, such as the septic system, homeowners may find their task even more difficult and worrisome because the septic tank and system components are concealed underneath the soil.
28 August 2019
Your parents have succeeded in achieving a major accomplishment -- being happily married for fifty years! As an adult child, you and your siblings are sure to be very proud of them and you want to help them celebrate in a big way. Throwing them an outdoor celebration with all the trimmings for the entire family -- plus all of your parent's many friends -- is a perfect choice that mom and dad will enjoy and remember for the remainder of their lives.
18 July 2019
The thought of taking responsibility for the proper handling and disposal of the raw sewage produced by your family is a terrifying one for most homeowners. After all, there is a lot at stake if something goes wrong. For example, raw sewage could back up into your home and do thousands of dollars in damage. Or your septic drain field could become overloaded and fail without warning, allowing bacteria-laden gray water and effluent to pool on the surface of a neighbor's land.
2 May 2019
The residential septic system is something of a low-tech wonder. Most use only the powers of gravity and natural bacterial actions to remove and digest solid and liquid waste produced in the home. When correctly designed, using high-quality components, and then carefully installed, the average system can be expected to last through many years of service. In fact, some experts believe that a properly maintained septic system can remain functional for a half century or perhaps even longer.