Preventing Problems With Your Septic System

Posted on: 13 May 2016
The best approach to septic system maintenance often involves preventative measures, since this is usually less expensive and doesn't require fixing something that's broken. Both interior and exterior maintenance should be addressed, and besides regular cleanouts, it's a good idea to identify what you can do to keep everything flowing smoothly. Not only will this help you avoid costly repairs, but it will also go a long way toward preventing catastrophic failures.
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Is There A Hoarder On Your Street? Here's How To Be A Good Neighbor When The Dumpster Finally Shows Up

Posted on: 11 May 2016
If you have a neighbor whose yard or home is filled with trash and junk, you've probably been waiting for the day when a dumpster shows up so they can clean up the eyesore. One day, your neighbor's family may intervene or the town might order a cleanup and the dumpster will arrive. Here's how to be a good neighbor and handle the situation so the cleanup goes as smoothly as possible.
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Renting A Dumpster? 3 Reasons To Go With A Smaller Size

Posted on: 7 May 2016
If you are thinking about renting a dumpster -- such as if you are tackling a spring cleaning project or if you are remodeling your home -- you might be thinking about going ahead and renting the biggest one that you can. However, unless you are tackling a very big project, chances are good that this is not necessary. These are a few reasons why you may want to consider a smaller size instead.
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An Introduction To Septic Tanks

Posted on: 2 May 2016
Septic tanks can be extremely useful, but they are also very fragile. If a septic tank is incorrectly maintained, then it can become useless at best and a health hazard at worst. Therefore, it's critical that you understand how septic tanks work if you are thinking about getting a septic tank or if you have one already. To help you out, here are some general tips: Protect the Bacteria Septic tanks break down organic material in a way that is both efficient and good for the environment, but they are only able to do that through an extremely important system of helpful bacteria.
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