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Can Essential Oils Protect Your Septic Tank?

The use of essential oils has gained popularity across many households. The desire to go clean and remedy ailments with nature’s ingredients is trending our generation. Not only can diffusing essential oils be used to treat a headache or ward off a cold, but they also be used as a natural household cleaning product. In fact, if you have a septic tank, essential oils may be your answer to keeping your house clean while also protecting the health of your septic tank.

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Septic Over Sewer: What is the Benefit?

If you are a home or business owner in Georgia, you may not have a say-so in whether you are on a sewer or septic system. While it is common to wish you were on the public sewer system for convenience, there are some noteworthy advantages to having a septic system.

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What Type of Laundry Detergent is Best for Your Septic Tank?

If you’ve ever shopped the grocery aisle for laundry detergent, you know the countless options there is to choose from. You may be lured by a refreshing scent, the one on sale or the latest brand to hit the market. However, if you’ve got a septic tank at home, you need to first consider what’s best for your plumbing environment.

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When to Schedule a Septic Inspection

A septic tank inspection should be performed by a licensed professional. It is a service that examines the condition of all parts of your septic system as well as its total efficiency. Inspections are often required by mortgage companies prior to buying a home, and they can be an important way to avoid costly septic tank problems in the future.

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Installing a New Drain Field? Consider These Three Factors

A septic system is composed of three basic parts: the pipe from the home, the septic tank and the drainfield. While it is easy to understand the importance of your pipes and septic tank, don’t underestimate the significance of the drainfield. The drainfield catches the wastewater as it leaves the septic tank. The underlying area of soil further treats the discharged wastewater every time new wastewater enters the tank. If the drainfield is not installed correctly, it can pose major problems to the entire septic system as well as cause flooding in your yard and contamination in your water.

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Top 3 Septic Repairs

If you have a septic system, you are probably familiar with the need to call on a professional for septic tank pumping or cleaning on a periodic basis. This is the single most important thing you can do to protect your system from problems. However, even if you are diligent to get your tank pumped on a recommended schedule, it doesn’t mean you’ll never experience issues or need repairs from time to time.

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