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Maintaining Your Septic System

When it comes to your septic system there are a few things that you need to be aware of. First, you are on a much different type of sewer system than people that are in most cities or towns. Your septic system is a delicately balanced system that needs to be cared for. If you do not maintain your septic system, you could be up to your ankles in sewage--literally. Here are a few different tips to keep your septic system running at top performance.

3 Important Reasons Why Portable Toilets Are Necessary to Renovation and Remodeling

Are you planning a home renovation project this summer? Are you making a list to ensure that you have everything ready for the project to go forward? Although you may have almost everything planned and ready, there is one thing that you may have forgotten about. The thing that you may not have considered before, but that you should, is what the workers are going to do when they need to use the toilet.

The Scoop On The Poop: When Not To Pump Your Septic Tank

Most septic tank owners are well versed on how often to pump their septic tank, whether by yourself or with a company, like 24 Hr Emergency Septic Service. Allowing the tank to get too full results in less space for clear wastewater inside, leading to an over-accumulation of sludge.  By then, your septic tank solids can flow into the soil absorption area, turning your yard into a very undesirable swamp. Or worse, wastewater backs up into your home.

What You Need To Know About Buying A Home With A Septic Tank

When you buy real estate in a more remote location, it often comes with the very real challenge of figuring out how to deal with sewage. Many of these homes will already have a septic tank system in place. If you have never owned a home with a septic tank before, it's important to be aware of what that entails. You Will Have to Do Maintenance Septic tanks don't take care of themselves as well as a municipal sewage system does.

3 Bathroom Considerations When Having An Outdoor Wedding

If you are having an outdoor wedding at a location that doesn't have any toilets accessible or if there are not enough toilets for your guests to use, you are going to need to rent portable restrooms for your wedding. Here are three things to consider as you decide what type of portable restrooms you want to rent. #1 Physical Needs Of Your Guests One of the first things that you need to take into consideration is the physical needs of your guests.