Keeping Our Plumbing On Point

Keeping Our Plumbing On Point

  • How To Hide Your Septic Tank

    26 million homeowners in the United States use a septic tank to handle their sewage. They are ideal for rural parts of the country that do not have access to public sewers, since there would otherwise be no place for their water waste to go. Unfortunately, a septic tank can be quite the eyesore if you care about the look of your lawn. Here are some ways that you can hide the septic tank access port.

  • Take Steps to Prevent Sewer Issues This Spring

    Keep your sewer lines flowing freely and your septic tank working optimally this spring by learning how to treat your drainage lines correctly.  #1 Clean Your Drain Lines Over time, debris can build up in your sewer lines. You don't have to put harsh chemicals down your drains to clean them out, though. About once a week, put the drain stopper down in your sinks, shower, and tub. Fill these all the way full with steaming hot water.

  • Signs Septic Tank Pumping May Be Necessary

    The septic tank helps deal with all the waste produced by the home, but it isn't maintenance-free. It needs to be properly cared for, which includes septic tank pumping at regular intervals. There are a number of signs it may be time to give someone a call to pump out your septic tank. It's Been 3 to 5 Years Most septic tanks need to be pumped out about every 3 to 5 years.

  • Top Signs That Should Tell You That Something Isn't Right With Your Septic Tank

    It is important to make sure that you are doing everything that you can in order to spot troubles with your septic tank so you can have it repaired as soon as possible. To help you do this, you might want to take a few moments to review the following signs to look out for. The Ground Seems To Have Shifted  It is normal for the ground to shift or settle over time.

  • Sewage Issues Invading Your Space? 3 Hints Your Septic Tank Is Filled To Capacity

    If you're not sure when the last time your septic tank was pumped, you might be in for a rude awakening. This is particularly true if your tank has reached full capacity. Once your septic tank has filled, it will stop functioning properly. Unfortunately, when that happens, you'll start experiencing some unpleasant plumbing problems. Here are three signs that your septic tank needs to be emptied as soon as possible.

  • About Me

    Keeping Our Plumbing On Point

    After dealing with a debilitating sewage flood a few years back, I decided to turn my attention to the proper care and maintenance of our septic tank. We had never spent much time trying to keep things in good shape, but we didn't want to deal with another sewage problem. To make things right, we met with the septic tank professionals and talked about how to keep our system in good shape. We worked hard to check for problems, and we called in the professionals at the first sign of trouble. Ever since then, we haven't had any issues. This blog is all about keeping your plumbing on point.