In most homes, sewage pipes are laid out such that the sewage travels downhill, through sewer pipes and into the public sewer. This happens automatically, thanks to the work of gravity. There are cases, however, in which you may need an extra appliance called a sewer ejection pump to propel the sewage down the sewer line and into the public system. Here are some reasons why you may need to include a sewage ejection pump in your building plans for a new home.
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.