Where does all your wastewater go? When you flush the toilet or take a shower or even wash the dishes in the sink, that water either goes out of the house and into a public sewer system, or else it goes into a septic tank buried on your property. Septic tanks get cleaned, usually by… Read more »
Category: Pumping Septic Tanks
What Happens When You Don’t Pump Your Septic System?
Does your property have a septic system? Many properties in and around Concord, NC, do. What happens when you don’t pump it out? Well, eventually it won’t function properly and you’ll have “issues.” Septic systems are designed to process waste from your household whereas there’s a tank holding wastewater underground. That wastewater is treated using… Read more »
What You May Not Know About Your Septic Tank
Not all septic systems are the same– that’s because the design and size of septic systems varies due to several factors. Some of these factors include soil type, lot size, local weather conditions and local regulations. Watertight Tanks Most homes that utilize septic systems have a septic tank buried in their yard. This tank is… Read more »
Don’t Forget to Have Your Septic Tank Professionally Pumped
Does your house or building use a septic system? If so, when’s the last time you got the septic tank pumped? What’s that? You said, “Never.” Well, you’re like most people, then… since you don’t see the tank, you don’t think about it much, if at all. In fact, it’s usually only when a person… Read more »
How to Keep Your Septic System in Tiptop Shape
If you have a septic system, what are some tips for keeping it in top shape? Professional Inspection For starters, when’s the last time you had your septic system inspected by a professional? If you’re like most people, “It has been years!” It’s something people don’t think much about, but, that said, it’s still important…. Read more »
Don’t Forget to Have Your Septic Tank Pumped!
When’s the last time you had your septic tank pumped? A septic tank is used when a home isn’t connected to a public sewer. Therefore, a septic tank stores and treats a home’s waste-water. If you have a septic tank, when you flush waste down the toilet, it ends up in the tank. Why It’s… Read more »