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Tag: Septic Repair


Problems with a Septic System Drain Field

Wednesday, September, 10th, 2014 at 9:23 am by siteadmin

If you have a septic system in Middletown, maintenance is key to avoiding repairs. Unlike people with access to municipal sewage systems, your septic system is your responsibility, which is why it’s important to watch what you put down the toilets and drains and schedule professional maintenance every year.

Common Repairs You May Need for Your Septic System

Monday, July, 21st, 2014 at 1:16 pm by siteadmin

For homes that do not have access to a municipal sewer system and waste treatment plant, a septic system is indispensable for removal of wastewater from a home. As with any waste disposal system, a septic system must remain in good repair so that it works efficiently, keeps your home and property clean, and does not cause health risk from exposure to bacteria and waste solids.

Ways to Help Avoid Septic System Repairs

Friday, May, 2nd, 2014 at 1:10 pm by siteadmin

A septic system is a way to drain wastewater from your house if you don’t have access to a municipal sewage treatment plant through a main sewer line. Septic systems, consisting of a tank that separates solid waste (containing bacteria and other disease-causing organisms) from wastewater and a drainfield that filters the wastewater through the soil, are durable systems that will last for many years without homeowners needing to think about them much.

Some Common Septic Problems

Friday, April, 18th, 2014 at 12:10 pm by siteadmin

The septic system connected to your house does the job of removing waste, separating the disease-causing pathogens in the waste inside a tank, and then releasing the cleansed and purified water into the soil as usable groundwater through a drainfield. (Sometimes the term “septic tank” is used to refer to the entire septic system, although it’s actually only one component.)