Posts Tagged 'septic system problems'

Jun
7
2011

Over time, the organic solids settling on the bottom of the septic tank build up. By design, when this layer, called the sludge layer, reaches thirty percent of the maximum height of the tank’s wastewater capacity, the tank should be pumped.

Mar
23
2011

So you have just discovered that your septic system is failing. More pumping or system replacement, however, are not your only options. You need to start asking questions and researching the alternative solution to septic system replacement.

Mar
18
2011

A new septic system is a huge capital expense for most homeowners. Unfortunately, the cost of the septic system often times does not represent the total cost of the project.

Mar
11
2011

It is not logical to claim that liquefying organic waste in a septic tank will improve the operating condition of a poorly performing septic system. The ideal situation is to keep solids inside the septic tank.

Mar
3
2011

“Our septic system is leaking out onto the road below.” Pumping the septic tank will only provide temporary relief until the tank fills again. Installing a new septic system is very costly and is only a temporary solution; the new system is prone for a repeat failure.

Jan
28
2011

Have you ever considered how much you have invested in your septic system? Have you ever considered that your septic system has a finite life (without the implementation of an Aero-Stream® septic restoration product, of course)? These are questions most people never consider. If you do some thinking and calculating, however, you would be surprised […]

Dec
13
2010

Every year, more people become aware of the benefits of hand washing in an attempt to avoid sickness, especially during the peak flu months. Department of Health officials appropriately encourage proper hand washing as a preventative measure to becoming ill from viruses and bacteria that can be transferred between humans via handshakes or devices. Is […]