The Best (and Worst) Times to Pump Your Septic Tank

Getting your home’s septic pumped should take place every 2-3 years to maintain proper system operation—or you’ll have a bigger mess on your hands! That’s not all, though. Did you know that the time of year also matters? Here’s your handy reference guide to septic service seasonality. Fall Early autumn is considered a pretty good […]

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What to Do If Your Sewer Pipes Freeze

Uh oh, did it happen to you? We get it—frozen pipes are the worst! And we don’t want to sound like a broken record, but we did warn you to prepare your pipes from freezing at the beginning of winter. It’s okay, though, we understand accidents happen. That’s why we’ve put together a simple guide […]

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Think Again! 3 Septic System Myths You Shouldn’t Believe

While we certainly are no MythBusters, we do know a thing or two about septic systems (hint: We actually know quite a lot). So, read it straight from the experts and don’t believe these three myths that—like wildfire—have spread false information and misled unsuspecting homeowners. It’s time to debunk the rumors and shed some light on fact versus fiction!  Myth #1: Adding Additives  A lot of homeowners think they need to add Rid-X or other maintenance […]

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5 Tips to Prevent Pipes from Freezing

It’s getting darker and colder outside, and you know what that means—winter’s coming! Snow isn’t far behind, which means chestnuts roasting on an open fire, yuletide carols, and subzero temperatures wreaking havoc on your home’s pipes. We want you to get into the holiday spirit, but first let’s make sure you’ve prepared your pipes properly […]

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