White Knight

White Knight Advantage System

White Knight Septic Preservation Services were approached by a property owner in Attleboro, MA whose leach field was failing and wanted a solution. We will restore the function of the drain field with the White Knight system.

 

In nature, oxygen-using (aerobic) bacteria in the soil consume non-living organic material.  This is the process nature uses to “recycle” wastes.  We install the White Knight™ Microbial Inoculator/Generator in the septic tank to create an oxygen rich environment and cultivate an extensive colony of these same soil bacteria.

The result is nearly complete consumption of the organic materials entering the septic tank.  At the same time, the bacteria are carried into the leach field where they consume the organic material that has accumulated in the underlying soil. The leach field regains and/or maintains its capacity to deliver effluent to the soil for purification.

THE WHITE KNIGHT™ ADVANTAGE INCLUDES:

  • An installation costs thousands of dollars less than that of a replacement leach field
  • Minimal disruption to existing landscape
  • Protection of the environment
  • Significantly longer tank pumping interval
  • Conservation of natural resources
  • 100% component and limited lifetime performance warranty

We have successfully used this system throughout the region from Groveland in Northern MA to Otis in Western MA to Chatham on Cape Cod.  The White Knight™ Microbial Inoculator/Generator can be used to:

 

  • Improve the function of marginally operating drainfields
  • Restore the function of totally failed drainfields
  • Improve the quality of effluent returning to the soil and ground water
  • Reduce the amount of nitrate moving into the environment
  • Reduce the size of a leach field required for new building construction
  • Expand the size of existing structures without expanding the leach field

If you want to have a White Knight Septic Installation or have questions please do contact our Norton, MA office. at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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Overboard Discharge Services in Maine

Septic Preservation Services Septic Preservation Services is the only statewide septic company listed on the Maine Department of Environment OBD Service Contractor List. The department describes them as

 

“An overboard discharge (OBD) is a discharge to surface waters of the State of domestic pollutants (sanitary wastes or wastewater from household activities generated at residential or commercial locations) that are not conveyed to municipal or quasi-municipal sewerage treatment facilities.’’

 

If you require an Overboard Discharge service or an Overboard Discharge repair, you must go to a licensed contractor . For more information, see the department website or contact your local Board of Health.  We have extensive experience with OBDs throughout Maine and have repairs and services schedule today in  Belfast, Islesboro, Belmont, Owl’s Head, Friendship, Bremen, and Waldoboro, Maine.

 If you need to schedule an Overboard Discharge repair or an Overboard Discharge service or if you have any questions about OBDs, please do contact our Biddeford, Maine office at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

Septic System Remediation by Septic Preservation Services

Septic Preservation ServicesSeptic Preservation Services has septic system remediation scheduled for customers in Poland, Hebron, Lisbon Falls, Bowdoin, Bowdoinham, Pownal, Freeport, and Raymond, ME.  Once we have assessed the condition of your septic system, we present the customer with a range of options designed to correct any identified issues.  These may include one or more of the following:

 

  • Replacement of damaged or missing baffle
  • Installation of effluent filter and service riser
  • Installation of pumping access riser and cover
  • Installation of curtain drains
  • Replacement of deteriorated components
  • Repair or replacement of damaged components
  • Removal of accumulated solids in leach field piping
  • Removal of plant and tree roots in leach field piping
  • Installation and service of the White Knight™ Microbial Inoculator/Generator
  • Diversion of water softener/conditioner backwash discharges
  • Detailed explanation of our Septic Use Guidelines

 

If you require septic system remediation and repair, please do contact our office at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

septic repair

We Take the Worries out of Septic Repair

septic repair Septic Preservation Services has septic repairs scheduled today including D-Box repairs, sewage grinder pump repairs, septic pump repair, baffle replacement, and drain field repairs.  If you are concerned that you require a septic repair but you do not know what the solution will be, do not worry.  Once we have assessed the condition of your septic system, we will present you with a range of options designed to correct any identified issues.

 You can count on Septic Preservation Services to repair your septic system using the most financially efficient and environmentally responsible methods available. Whenever possible, our goal is to provide our customers with options for repair that will yield high-quality results at a cost-effective price.  We use state-of-the-art equipment to target the exact source of your septic problems to reduce costs for you and minimize downtime.  We take great pride in the work that we do and have never been unsuccessful in locating the exact problem through our troubleshooting services.

Today, we have septic repairs scheduled today in Hebron, Turner, West Paris, Lewiston, Lisbon Falls, and Pownal, ME.  If you require septic repairs or have any questions please do contact our office at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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Team BBQ and Camp Out in New Hampshire

Team BBQ Septic Preservation Services provides professional, through, and quality septic services to our customers in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maine, and New Hampshire.  We know that our team of inspectors, technicians, engineers, and office staff are the people that make our business a success.  This weekend we had a team BBQ and camp out in New Hampshire where the Septic Preservation Services staff and families all joined together to make our team even stronger.  Our employees joined us from Attleboro, Sharon, Norton, and Foxboro in Massachusetts and from North Kingstown and Cranston in Rhode Island and Biddeford, Maine.

Our staff is always ready to help.  Please call us with all your septic issues at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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Meet John Orlando of Septic Preservation Services

Septic Preservation ServicesMeet John Orlando of Down to Earth Construction Services and  Septic Preservation Services.  John has built a reputation for quality building, new homes, excavating, and septic systems  since 1964.    John has been  full time  at  Down to Earth Construction Services and SPS since 1986.  He is a septic inspector and septic installer.

John’s favorite part of his work is septic system installation.  He likes the process start to finish.

John has worn many hats.  He was a Board of Health Member for 5 years in the Norfolk Area and a Chairman for 1 year.

John attended Walpole High School, Newman Prep School and Mass College of Art.

Personally, John is married with 3 grown children.  He enjoys spending time in Maine with his family kayaking. He also enjoys creating artwork with his wife.

Let John help you with your septic system installation and inspection.  Call Septic Preservation Services at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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Overboard Discharge Repairs and Services in Maine

overboard discharge services Septic Preservation Services has Overboard Discharge Repairs and Overboard Discharge Services today in Friendship, Bremen, Waldoboro, Boothbay, Alna, and Whitefield,ME.  The Maine DEP’s Overboard Discharge (OBD) Program is responsible for regulating discharges of sanitary and household wastewater generated at residential or commercial locations to streams, rivers, bays, and the ocean.  All OBDs must be approved by the DEP through a licensing process.  Septic Preservation Services is the only Statewide contractor on the OBD Service contractor list provided by the Maine Department of Environmental Protection.  For more information see http://www.maine.gov/dep/water/wd/OBD.  If you require an OBD Repair or OBD Service please do contact our Biddeford, Maine Office at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

Cape Cod

Septic Preservation Performing Septic Repairs in Maine Today

Maine Septic Preservation Services has experienced, licensed septic technicians and inspectors based in our Biddeford, Maine office.  Today we are attending to septic repairs for customers in Bowdoinham, Topsam, Bowdoin, Lisbon Falls, Lewiston, Winslow, and Bath, ME.

 When a customer calls because they are concerned that they have a problem with their septic system they will usually know there is a problem either, because they have sewage smells in their property, septic backup, blockages or leaks, but they will not generally know why they have the problem and how to fix it.  That is why it is essential to use an experienced septic company with knowledgeable septic professionals who can quickly identify any problem and suggest long term, cost effective solutions.

 If you are concerned that your septic system is not operating correctly, it is never a good idea to wait to have the problem looked at.  Small septic problems that have quick, unobtrusive, and low cost repairs can quickly become larger, more expensive repairs if left to get worse.  Please do contact our office if you have any questions if if you want to make an appointment.  You can reach us at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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Meet John Figuerido of Septic Preservation Services

Septic Preservation ServicesMeet John Figuerido of Septic Preservation Services.  John is a fairly new member of the SPS team.  He has been working at SPS for 10 months and is a service technician.  He is happy to be a member of the SPS family.  His favorite part of the job is the variety of jobs he handles every day.  Every day is different and brings with it new challenges to remedy and new people to meet.

John attended Bristol Community College for two years, studying computer science, which is helpful on the job.  He just finished his Wastewater Licensing class and will be taking the test shortly for his Wastewater Operators License.

Personally, John has been married for 30 years and has two sons, Alec and Adam.  He is also happy to be able to work with his son, Alec, who is also a member of the Septic Preservation Team.  Outside of work, John enjoys working on this truck and riding his motorcycle.

John is available to help with all your septic needs.  You can reach SPS at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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Soil and Your Septic System

drain fieldDrainfield Soil

 Soil plays a major part in the proper functioning of a septic system. Many people do not realize what an important role the type of soil can make in your drainfield. Soil failure can be  a major cause of septic system failure.

 Soil works as a fine filter, and is the home to trillions of microscopic organisms that feed on organic matter in the effluent from the drainfield.

Soil Types

The texture of the soil  determines how quickly wastewater will be absorbed in the drainfield.  Soil percolation is the ability of the soil to absorb water.  The best types of soil for drainage or percolation contain a balance of coarse and fine particles. 

Gravel, or soil with a coarse texture, or coarse sand may not be adequate.  They allow wastewater to pass too quickly to provide adequate treatment. These types of soils work only if they are deep. Soil may be brought in for septic systems and drainfields when the current soil is inadequate.

Clay Soil

Some soil mixtures may contain some particles of clay. Clay soil can be used in drainfields, but water moves through it much slower than in gravel or coarse textured soil. The problem with clay particles is that they can swell and block soil passages.  This slows the movement of wastewater even more.  If clay particles  electronically bond to sodium molecules contained in wastewater, hardpan can occur.  The passage of wastewater is totally blocked and this can lead to septic failure. Hardpan conditions in clay soil can be chemically treated.  There are some products on the market to treat this condition.

Since soil plays such a critical part in the life of your septic system, it’s best to leave it up to the experts.  Call Septic Preservation Services at 877-378-4279 for all your septic needs and questions.  Ask them about their septic system maintenance program.  Or visit  www.septicpreservation.com