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8 Dos and Don’ts for Aerobic System Maintenance

Posted on: June 2nd, 2021 by Forge Media

Approximately 21 million households utilize aerobic systems-not public sewers- to trap and filter waste from their domestic wastewater. Your septic tanks may require regular inspections and preventative maintenance to keep them fully functional while avoiding costly repairs. Here is a simple guide to routine practices that you may carry out while using an aerobic system… Read More »

6 Tips for Finding the Right Septic Company

Posted on: May 7th, 2021 by Forge Media

More than 21 million American households use sewer tanks to filter and trap waste from their domestic wastewater. While septic systems are highly effective, they require regular inspections, emptying, and cleaning to keep them running smoothly. Most home septic tanks require cleaning every three to five years. With the maintenance schedules being infrequent and far… Read More »

3 Overlooked Signs of Impending Septic System Failure

Posted on: April 5th, 2021 by Forge Media

Over 21 million homes in the U.S. utilize septic systems to trap and filter the waste from their bathrooms. Septic systems are less expensive, more environmentally friendly, and more water-efficient. However, these homes don’t utilize the public sewer system at all. This means that if their septic system needs repair, it’s more than just a… Read More »

How to Maintain Your Commercial Septic System

Posted on: March 1st, 2021 by Forge Media

Compared to residential systems, a commercial septic system handles a lot more wastewater. They are specifically designed for businesses and other facilities, from hospitals and schools to restaurants and hotels. If you want to keep it in good working order, it is important to know how to care for your septic system. Know Your System… Read More »

Common Myths About Septic Tanks Debunked

Posted on: February 2nd, 2021 by Forge Media

More than 21 million households in the United States use septic systems — not a public sewer — to trap and filter their toilet waste. If you plan to install a septic tank or already have one, there are many things you need to know. People have a lot of misconceptions when it comes to… Read More »

4 Signs That Your Septic Tank Needs to Be Pumped

Posted on: January 4th, 2021 by Forge Media

Those who are not familiar with septic tanks might be intimidated by the prospect of moving to a property that functions with this kind of sewage system, as opposed to more traditional city sewer lines. But for a number of reasons, many Americans prefer septic tanks to sewer lines. They simply require some getting used… Read More »

What Should I Know Before Buying a House With a Septic Tank?

Posted on: November 30th, 2020 by Forge Media

So you’re considering a house with a septic tank system. If you’ve never owned a home with a septic tank before, you may be a little intimidated by what it might require. Septic systems are quite different from sewer lines and do require a different kind of upkeep. However, that shouldn’t keep you from buying… Read More »

4 Signs That Your Septic Tank System Has Problems

Posted on: November 5th, 2020 by Forge Media

While a lot of people currently rely on public sewers for their plumbing systems, many also still use septic tank systems. Septic tanks come with their own unique advantages and disadvantages, but if you’re moving into a home with a septic tank after being used to the public sewer system, there are certain things you… Read More »

Which Residential Septic System Is Right for Your Home?

Posted on: October 6th, 2020 by Forge Media

Over 21 million homes in the U.S. use septic systems, not a public sewer in order to filter and trap toilet waste. Dealing with residential septic systems isn’t a do-it-yourself kind of task. It is a job that takes experience whether you need a new septic system installation, an inspection, septic tank cleaning, septic tank… Read More »

7 Key Reasons You Need Aerobic Septic Systems On Your Property

Posted on: September 9th, 2020 by Forge Media

Septic systems are a crucial part of many commercial and residential properties. Lack of a well-functioning septic system means that waste cannot be disposed of properly. Your home or building, as a result, will be a hazard to your health and that of your loved ones or clients. If you want your septic tank to… Read More »