Septic Preservation Services know that to ensure that your septic system continues to work correctly and to increase the lifespan of your septic system it is advisable to maintain your septic system and this includes cleaning and pumping to flush out sludge and scum, which do not drain like effluent. Today we have septic cleaning scheduled for customers in Tiverton, Little Compton, Middletown, Barrington and Portsmouth RI. We utilize specialized miniature equipment to locate specific areas of your system, such as a sewer cam that is used to investigate the inside of your sewer lines, and jetting equipment to clean the pipes within the leach field. If you need to schedule a septic cleaning or have any questions please do contact our office on 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com where we will be happy to help you.
Septic Preservation Services know that regular maintenance of your septic system will keep your system working efficiently and can prevent costly repairs. A First Maintenance Inspection provides baseline information about your system. When you have a first maintenance inspection your septic inspector will:
- Determine Property Information
- Evaluate the Site
- Locate the System
- Evaluate the Tank
- Check Effluent Screen if Present
- Provide Recommendations and Results
Today we have First Maintenance Inspections in Portsmouth, Tiverton, Middletown and Little Compton RI. We have extensive experience in Rhode Island providing these inspections and can quickly schedule your inspection appointment. We are able to do this because we have more inspectors available than many other septic companies. For example the Town Of Portsmouth provides a list of registered inspectors and Septic Preservation Services have 5 inspectors listed which is more than any other septic company. If you need to schedule an inspection or if you have any questions please do contact our office at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services provides Septic First Maintenance Inspections to customers in Rhode Island. The purpose of a First Maintenance Septic Inspection is to establish what type of septic system you have, if the system poses any risk to public health, if there is any risk to the environment, and determine if any immediate corrective actions should be taken. Today we are conducting First Maintenance Inspections in Barrington, Tiverton, Little Compton, Middletown and Portsmouth RI.
If you need a septic first maintenance inspection or if you have any questions please do contact our office on 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services not only service conventional septic systems, we can service a variety of waste treatment systems!
Today we have septic services scheduled for Singulair, FAST, Sand Filter, and advanced treatment unit services. These septic system services are in Charlestown, Narragansett, Middletown, Portsmouth and Tiverton RI.
We regularly service our clients on a schedule determined by a few factors including their septic system and water usage. We see most of our clients on a quarterly, biannual or annual basis, for example we may only see a small summer cottage that is not used all year on an annual basis but a restaurant’s septic system may be serviced quarterly. If you would be interested in having your septic system serviced or if you would like to further discuss the benefits of septic services please do contact our office at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services has Septic Cleaning scheduled for customers today in Barrington, Tiverton, Little Compton, Portsmouth, Middletown, Jamestown, and Narragansett, RI. Getting your tanks cleaned on a regular basis will help to improve the efficiency of your septic system and keep it running smooth. Unfortunately, there are a lot of “quick service” pumping companies in the area that might seem to save money up front, but will actually cost property owners down the road. Septic Preservation Services takes pride in the work that we do, utilizing specialized miniature equipment to locate specific areas of your system, such as a sewer cam, that is used to investigate the inside of your sewer lines, and jetting equipment, to clean the pipes within the leach field. If you need to schedule septic cleaning or if you have any questions about septic cleaning please do contact our office at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services have Septic First Maintenance Inspections in Portsmouth, Tiverton, Middletown, Little Compton, Jamestown, North Kingstown and Narragansett, RI today. The purpose of a First Maintenance Septic Inspection is to establish what type of septic system you have, if the system poses any risk to public health, if there is any risk to the environment, and determine if any immediate corrective actions should be taken. If you need a first maintenance inspection or if you have any questions please do contact our office at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services are having a Safety Meeting today in our offices in Norton MA. We have staff from Sharon, Norton, Attleboro, MA and Cranston and Tiverton, RI attending the meeting. We want to ensure the safety of both our staff and customers, so we regularly hold these meetings to check that standards and procedures are met and followed. We also provide training for staff on job tasks. When we are conducting services including Title 5 Inspections, Septic Functional Inspections, Septic First Maintenance Inspections, Septic Cleaning and Septic Installations, we want to be confident that our staff are safe and following best practices and that our customers are safe and confident in our work also. If you have any questions please do contact our offices at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services is pleased to announce the hiring of a new service technician. John Figueirdo from Tiverton, RI joined Septic Preservation Services earlier this month to assist us with improving our customer service. John will be trained to perform septic inspections, septic repairs, and septic installations. As with all of our service technicians, he will be serving our customers in Dennis, Acton, Southboro, Middleboro, Portsmouth, Westerly, Kingstown, Stow, Mansfield, Norton, Attleboro, as well as the rest of New England. Please help us in welcoming John.
Don’t hesitate to call Septic Preservation Services with all your septic questions at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com
Country living is a great lifestyle for many people. While planning gardens and orchards, there are certain things you need to keep in mind. For example, most country homes require a septic system for disposal of sewage. While septic systems are fairly efficient, the leach field is an essential element in processing and dispersing the waste water. Because of the possibility of bacteria in the soil, only grass, shallow-rooted flowers, bulbs and meadow grasses are planted directly over the septic system. You should never plant fruits or vegetables on or near a leach field.
How do you locate the septic system? A septic plot plan is always filed with the local Board of Health in Massachusetts, DEM in Rhode Island, New Hampshire DES, and Plumbing Code Enforcement in Maine. Visit your appropriate agency to obtain a copy of your septic system. Measure and mark the perimeter with landscaper’s spray paint. While new construction requires a plot plan, older homes may not have any documents available to indicate the location of the septic tank and leach lines.
Locate the sewer lines leading away from the house. There may be a clean-out, risers or manhole cover indicating the location of the septic tank. Generally, the septic tank is located approximately 10 to 15 feet away from from the house.
Probe with a metal rod, pushing it gently into the ground to locate the gravel drain field. The leach lines usually are 6 to 18 inches below the surface of the soil. Work your way out and away from the house. As you find the perimeter of the drain field, mark it with landscaper’s spray paint.
Measure 10 feet from the outer perimeter of the leach field. Mark the garden’s borders with stakes. Fruits and vegetables should be planted at least 10 feet from a septic system or leach field to avoid bacterial contamination.
Prepare a landscape plan before planting shrubs or trees near a leach field. Non-aggressive shrubs and trees should be planted at a distance equal to the mature height of the plant. Trees with aggressive roots, such as a willow tree, should be planted at least 50 feet from a leach field.
Septic Preservation can answer all your questions on your septic system and help you with all your septic needs throughout New England. They can be reached at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services has hired a new Service Technician to support all aspects of our business and provide better customer service. Alec Figueirdo from Tiverton Ri will be training for 4 weeks on conducting title 5 septic inspections. His second phase of training will be on the service of advanced treatment units. Alec will primarily be trained in the area including Westport, Marion, Lakeville, Norton, Mansfield, Rochester, Mattapoisett, and Raynham. If you see Alec please welcome him. The services provided in this area are septic pumping, title 5 septic inspections, drain cleaning, emergency services, minor septic repairs, engineering, septic designs, septic installations, and operation of advanced treatment systems. Please call us with all your septic questions at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com