Tips For New Homeowners To Navigate Septic Tank Additives

Posted on: 23 September 2015
If you're new to owning property with a septic tank, you may be wondering about how you can keep the tank and septic system in the best possible condition to reduce the risk of backups. There are a lot of additives on the market that claim to promote septic tank health, and for new septic system owners, the options can be dizzying. It's important that you understand that not all additives are alike, so you'll want to be sure that you're choosing one that fits your needs.
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Two Tips For Avoiding Problems With Your Dumpster

Posted on: 8 July 2015
Dumpsters are essential for allowing you to manage the trash that is generated by your home. However, many new homeowners may be surprised at the number of problems their dumpsters may encounter. In particular, stormwater and animal activity are among the more common problems dumpsters encounter, but following these two tips should help you to avoid these complications.  Ensure Your Dumpster Has Enough Drainage Stormwater is one of the threats to your dumpster that you may seldom think about, and while closing the lid will usually be sufficient to prevent the dumpster from flooding, there can be times where this is simply not enough.
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First Time Owning A Septic Tank? 4 Steps To Help Keep It Healthy

Posted on: 29 June 2015
If this is your first time owning a septic tank, you might not realize how important it is to give them the proper treatment. Unlike municipal sewer systems that drain all liquid and solid waste away from the home, septic tanks hold the waste in cement containment tanks. The solid waste sinks to the bottom of the tanks and the liquid waste is drained to a separate drainage field. To keep your septic system operating properly, there are specific instructions that should be followed.
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Advertising on Portable Toilets

Posted on: 25 June 2015
Portable toilets aren't a popular topic of conversation around the water cooler.  Most people don't think much about them in everyday life.  However, if you have attended an outdoor festival, sporting event or concert you probably saw a portable toilet (or a bank of them), even if you didn't use one. Some events pull in such huge crowds that the restrooms can't handle the excessive people.  Other events may not have any fixed restrooms at all.
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