Tracking Down Septic Problems

Plumbing Not Moving Waste Properly? Your Septic Lift Pump Could Be Compromised

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If your home’s plumbing system isn’t moving waste out of the home properly, you could have a clog or mechanical problem in your septic system’s lift pump. Your lift pump can stop working and allow waste to back up inside your plumbing pipes or spill out of your septic tank. You can repair your septic lift pump with this information. Why Did Your Lift Pump Stop Working? Homes placed on high ground, such as a hill or raised plot of land, usually require a traditional septic system to remove waste from them.…

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Septic Tank Maintenance & Care Tips

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If you have had a septic tank before, you probably already know how to use it properly. If you’ve just moved into a home though that has a septic tank and you have no idea what to do with it, then you need to read the tips below to help you take care of and maintain your septic tank properly to prevent a disastrous septic backup that could cause a major repair bill.…

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The Cleaning Problems That Can Cause Your Septic System Overburden Problems

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Cleaning your home is something that you do on a routine basis, but you may not know that some of the products you use can be giving your septic system problems. A good example of this is bleach that can kill off bacteria, lead to septic overburden, and make you need to have your tank pumped sooner than later. In addition to bleach, there are other products that can lead to a full tank.…

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