3/30/16 Septic Preservation Services expands its septic inspection operations in Maine. As a premier septic inspection company we are looking for people willing to be trained in the industry as a septic inspector to work as part of our inspection team. Our primary goal is to hire someone for the southern Maine area including York, Eliot, Cape Neddick, Ogunquit, Wells, North Berwick, South Berwick, and Sanford. Our secondary areas of focus are Shapleigh, Waterboro, Dayton, Lyman, Biddeford up to the Standish, Windham region. If you are interested in working with a professional team please call our office. Call 877-378-4279
Most people don’t realize that they have septic tank system problems until it is literally staring them in the face. One of the reasons why people have septic problems in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and everywhere else in the New England area is that it is easy to forget about the septic system until its too late. It is easy to see why not taking proper care of a septic system, getting it checked or inspected regularly and having it cleaned or pumped when necessary, is the most common cause of septic tank system problems.
Normal Household Use
What is normal? Today’s septic systems are designed to be able to handle the wastewater and waste based on the number of bedrooms in the home, plus one. The “plus one” in this case is to accommodate two adults in the master bedroom. If you live in a four bedroom home, for example, your septic system should be able to handle use by five people.
However, if you live in a three bedroom home, but have six adults taking showers, using the bathroom, doing laundry and using dishes, you just might be overloading your septic system. The best way to determine what “normal” household use should be for your particular septic system is to contact a Rhode Island or Massachusetts septic service company for a complete assessment.
Not only will a professional assessment help to determine whether or not your septic system is adequate for the number of people in your home, but it will also determine the age of the equipment, whether it is working efficiently and if anything needs to be repaired or replaced. Contact All-Clear Septic & Wastewater for information about having an assessment performed to determine and prevent septic tank system problems.
How to Care for a Septic System
Everything that goes down one of the drains in your home, ends up inside your septic system. This includes toilets, but also sinks, showers, washing machines and garbage disposals too. Little things can really add up and wreck havoc, causing a multitude of septic tank system problems.
Knowing what can and cannot be flushed down the toilet is a great place to start. If you have young children in your home, it pays to start teaching them at a young age that toilets and drains are not okay for disposing of garbage and other potentially damaging items. As you children grow older, reminding them not to flush feminine hygiene products or use harsh chemicals that could end up in the drain, will be part of learning how to care for a septic system.
Speak with your Rhode Island or Massachusetts septic service company for more information on responsible septic system ownership and for more tips on how to care for a septic system. Even if you have had a septic system your whole life, there are always new tips and ideas to help you reduce the number of back-ups, repairs and other problems required throughout the life of your septic system.
Regular Maintenance is Required
Even if you have never had a single problem with your septic system, it is important to hire a company to do regular check-ups to determine whether or not your tank will need to be pumped or cleaned. Contact All-Clear Septic & Wastewater to find out more about their Preventative Maintenance Program, which has been designed to help stay ahead of septic problems in Rhode Island and Massachusetts before they become costly repairs.
After just a few years of use, even a brand new septic tank will end up with a build-up of scum and sludge. As this layer of solids grows within the tank, the wastewater that passes through the tank on its way to your drainfield can end up passing through too fast. It can also cause the solid to plug up your septic pipes on the way to the drainfield.
Overfilling your tank with too much wastewater is another reason for many typical septic tank system problems. Inviting guests over for the weekend or hosting a party for a couple dozen people on a Wednesday night, can cause an overfill of the tank. If your septic system is unable to handle all the excess wastewater, it will quickly fill up your drainfield and flood it with sewage. The cost to recover from such an issue can end up costing much more than a regular maintenance program would have.
Call for an Assessment Today!
If you would like a professional assessment of your septic system by a licensed, certified and experienced Rhode Island and Massachusetts septic system company, call Septic Preservation Services. Septic Preservation Services provides a variety of valuable services to septic tank owners throughout the Southcoast area. Call 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com.
This blog was posted on www.allclearseptic.com on March 30, 2016.
3/29/16 Septic Preservation Services is growing and interested in finding licensed title 5 septic inspectors to become part of our professional team. We have several opportunities throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Our first area of interest is the south shore including Marshfield, Pembroke, Hanover, Halifax, and Plymouth. Our second area of interest is the south coast including Carver, Wareham, Middleboro, Rochester, Marion, Mattapoisett, Acushnet, and Dartmouth. Our third area of interest is in the region between Taunton, Foxboro, and Attleboro including Raynham, Rehoboth, Attleboro, North Attleboro, Wrentham, Mansfield, and Norton. If you have an interest in becoming part of a forward thinking well trained team please call our office. 877-378-4279
3/28/16 Septic Preservation Services offers free classes to Realtors titled “Septic Savvy”. This class is designed to educate all people about septic system design, maintenance, use, and inspections. Whether you’re a Realtor, home owner, seller, or buyer of a home, this class is very informative. No matter where you are, our on-line course offers easy access from Taunton, Plymouth, Norton, Attleboro, Medway, or Foxboro. If you are close to one of our regional offices such as Norton you could visit and get a one on one class.
Septic Preservation Services takes paperless service reports to the next level. All field reports are now created in the field on tablets and uploaded to the cloud. This allows all service technicians and licensed title 5 inspectors full access to field reports anywhere, from Plymouth, MA. Halifax, MA. North Smithfield, RI Cumberland, RI. York, ME or Wells, ME.. This histori information can help our technicians better serve our customers and resolve potential issues quicker.
Septic Preservation Services offers remote dialers to alert us of septic problems or alarm conditions with your septic system. Once installed should your septic system experience an issue the auto dialer will text and email our professional service technicians informing them of the issue. This allows Septic Preservation Services to respond quicker to problems and reduces the risk of more serious problems. This can be especially valuable for rental properties or vacation homes where the owner may not be aware of issues. Even if the owner of a property lives in Wayland and the problem occurs at a property in Mansfield, Septic Preservation Services will be alerted immediately and be able to respond, sometimes even before the owner is alerted to the issue.
Septic Preservation Services will be working with our clients at the Flying Goose Brewery in New London, NH to ensure that their septic system meets their needs for today as well as the future. Our progressive well trained staff is working to ensure that as the brewery grows the septic system will accommodate its needs. Wastewater from breweries has a very high organic content and is considered high strength wastewater. Because of the high organic content if the waste stream is not managed the leach field can prematurely fail. Septic Preservation Services specializes in high strength wastewater and has implemented the use of several state of the art waste treatment techniques to ensure that the septic system at the Flying Goose Brewery is able to serve the brewery far into the future.
While we prepare to enjoy the spring Septic Preservation Services would like to remind our customers that we have started our spring service visits. Please make water available, trim any overgrown bushes or plants back, and remember to follow good practices for the use of your septic system. If you need tips on Septic Do’s & Don’ts please check out our website or call our office. Massachusetts services will performed this week in Stow, Acton, Concord, Westford, Wayland, Marshfield, Hanover, Hanson, and Norwell. Please remember to keep the access covers to your septic system readily available to our service technicians as you do your spring clean up.
Septic Preservation Services is meeting with our strategic partners to expand our resources and provide more comprehensive services to our customers. With our comprehensive team Septic Preservation Services provides septic pumping, drain cleaning, service of advanced treatment units, title 5 septic inspections, septic system designs, and septic system installations. These services are provided throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
Current owner, Tom Mills, has owned and operated The Flying Goose since its start in 1993. In 1996, he gave what was known originally as The Four Corners Grille a unique identity by creating a micro-brewery. Mills put his heart and soul into rebuilding what is now The Flying Goose Brew Pub & Grille.
REDUCING THE CARBON FOOTPRINT
In 2011, they became the 1st Solar Powered Brewery in NH using a Solar Hot Water System and a breathtaking Photovoltaic Array. The carbon footprint has diminished significantly since they have added these tremendous systems. Besides the many awards that their Brews have earned, they taste THAT much better knowing they were made using a little natural energy from the sun!
The oil burning furnace was replaced with a wood pellet furnace that provides heat for the entire building. You might notice the large silver silo out back that holds the pellets.
GOING EVEN MORE GREEN
In 2014, Septic preservation services was contacted to help the Brewery with managing its wastewater. The existing onsite system was inadequate for the volume and type of wastewater being produced by the brewery. They were looking for a way to treat the wastewater in a way that continued the green philosophy the brewery had been committed to. They already had taken the steps to provide the spent grain to local farmers for feed as well as using some in-house for special treats. The yeast and other natural byproducts from brewing have been separated out and now go to other local farms to be used for soil amendments. Septic Preservation Services provided the design, installation, set-up and service of a new completely separate wastewater system for just the brewery. The system is designed to treat the wastewater organically with a special bacteria that consumes and transforms the wastewater to clean water to be dispersed back to the earth.
Visit www.septicpreservation.com or call 877-378-4279 and see how they can help you with all your septic needs, whether New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts or Rhode Island. We have the answers to all your septic questions.