3 Common Household Items That Can Surprisingly Ruin Your Septic System

2 August 2017
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Shampooing carpet, washing windows, and repairing leaky faucets are all part of maintaining your home. While these are considered priorities by most homeowners, focusing on your home's septic system is also important. This system is an imperative part of removing waste from the home in a safe, efficient manner. Unfortunately, you may not realize how disposing of certain items down the toilet and tub or sink drains can damage your septic system. Read More 

3 Tips To Reduce Septic Pumping Frequency

17 April 2017
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If your home relies on a septic system to remove wastewater and raw sewage, then you know the importance of regularly pumping your septic tank to prevent costly (and stinky) sewer backups. While homeowners know that regular pumping is important when it comes to maintaining the function of a septic system, few know that some simple maintenance tasks can actually help reduce the frequency with which a tank needs to be pumped. Read More 

Everything You Need To Know About Abatement Services For Hazardous Materials In Your Home

20 March 2017
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When you have a problem with mold, asbestos, or lead materials that are common in older homes, the first call you make will be to an abatement service. You may want to know about these services and the work that will be done to remove hazardous materials from your home. The process consists of cleaning, disposal, and restorations when necessary. Here are some of the things that you will want to know when you have to have an abatement service take care of hazardous materials found in your home: Read More 

8 Ways To Take Good Care Of Your Septic Tank

18 December 2015
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If you are like many homeowners, you might not give much thought to your septic tank. You just know it sits outside your home and gets rid of waste. However, if you neglect to take proper care of your septic tank, it can negatively affect your health and finances. Here are eight effective ways to take good care of your septic tank: Use Your Garbage Disposal Carefully A garbage disposal can certainly make kitchen cleanup a lot simpler, but using this appliance the wrong way can have negative effects on your septic tank. Read More 

Keeping Your Construction Site Green Through Recycling

20 July 2015
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Construction waste is an inevitable part of any renovation or construction project, regardless of its size or scope. For companies that want to keep their construction efforts as green as possible, getting rid of commercial waste becomes a bit more complicated than just throwing it in the nearest dumpster. Recycling construction waste is not only the environmentally responsible thing to do, but it can also potentially reduce the costs involved in the disposal of construction waste. Read More