Three Options To Deal With Plumbing Installations That Are Below Sewer And Septic Lines

Posted on: 13 May 2015

If you have a home with a basement and want to finish it and add a kitchen and bathrooms, there are many issues that you may need to deal with. One problem that you may need to address is the location of plumbing, which may be below the elevation of your septic or sewer system. This means that you need to have a way to get the waste out of the basement and into the sewage line.
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3 Questions To Ask Before Buying A Home With A Septic System

Posted on: 13 May 2015

If you're in the market to buy a home in an area that isn't serviced by city plumbing, then there's a good chance that you'll end up with a home that has its own septic system. Because septic systems require special care to maintain, you'll want to make sure that the system has been well taken care of. Otherwise, you could end up having to shell out a lot of money for new system installation or major repairs down the road.
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Don't Speak Septic? Here's 3 Ways Your Septic System Will Communicate With You

Posted on: 12 May 2015

If you've never had a septic tank before, you might be in for a surprise. Unlike a sewer system where you rarely have to think about it, you have to think about your septic system quite often. In fact, every time you flush the toilet or wash something down the drain, you need to wonder if it's safe for your septic tank. Some things, like anti-bacterial soaps and even garbage disposal waste, can ruin your septic tank.
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Tips For Preparing For Your Home Remodeling Project

Posted on: 8 May 2015

Have you finally decided that you are going to make some much needed improvements around the house? If you want to make sure that your home remodeling project goes as smooth as possible, you will want to take advantage of the following tips for preparing for such a big task. Order A Roll-Off Dumpster It is important to make sure that you order your roll-off dumpster as soon as possible.
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