New Homeowner Questions And Answers About Their Septic Tanks

Posted on: 18 June 2015
So, this is your first time owning a house with a septic tank. Although they are different from sewer systems, septic tanks are relatively straightforward and require little maintenance most of the time. These frequently asked questions and answers can help you get started and can serve as a guideline for keeping your septic tank in proper working condition.  Q: What kind of maintenance does my septic system require? A: Your septic tank needs to be drained of solids periodically in a process usually referred to as "
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5 Questions To Ask When Renting Portable Toilets For Your Wedding

Posted on: 17 June 2015
If you plan to have an outdoor wedding, there are a lot of things that need your attention. Renting portable toilets seems like a straightforward task, but there are some questions you need to ask to be sure that nothing goes wrong on your wedding day. Here are some questions to ask beforehand to ensure everything goes smoothly.  Will There Be a Wheelchair-Accessible Toilet? If you have friends or relatives who require wheelchair-accessible toilets, you need to make sure that the toilets you're renting can accommodate them.
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Trash Trials: How To Handle Your Company's Trash Without Attracting Pests

Posted on: 13 June 2015
When you're looking for options to help you manage waste on your commercial property, you might be thinking about investing in a roll-off dumpster. While these tools can be a good investment in many cases, they can also be an open invitation for pests like rodents, raccoons and bears. Here are some tips to help you make the most of your dumpster without making it a hot spot for the local wildlife.
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The Right Way To Do Laundry With A Septic System

Posted on: 11 June 2015
To avoid placing too much of a burden on your septic system, you should spread your laundry days out throughout the week rather than doing all of your laundry on one day. Using water excessively can damage the septic system by flooding the system and causes solids to be stirred up and flushed into the drain field. Ideally, you should only do two loads or fewer a day: Choose the Right Detergents
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