Septic Preservation Services are happy to take on the responsibility of maintaining your septic system so you don’t need to concern yourself with it. We schedule quarterly, biannual or annual appointments with our customers who are on our preventative maintenance plans so we can monitor and maintain their septic systems. The regularity of septic services depends on the customer, their needs and the type of system that they have. For example a Dunkin Doughnuts restaurant requires more frequent service appointments than a small summer cottage that is not used year round. Today we have septic services scheduled for customers in Rochester, Seekonk, Fall River, Freetown and Swansea MA. If you would be interested in our preventative maintenance program or wish to schedule a septic service or have any questions contact our Norton office on 877-378-4279 or visit Septic Preservation Services
Septic Preservation Services wish you a Happy Columbus Day! Today is the official anniversary of the arrival of Christopher Columbus to the Americas in 1492. Thankfully though septic systems have evolved from the times when human waste was thrown out of a window or let out into the local water system. Today we are starting the excavation work for a modern septic system installation in Rochester MA. We have all of the heavy equipment and the operators so we can do this work without having to rely on subcontractors. This means that we know that the work will all be done correctly to our own high standards and we will not face delays caused by subcontractors. We have been working in this region for many years so we know all of the town and state requirements which means that we can ensure that your septic system and its associated paperwork will be correct and to code. We have recently completed septic installations in Wayland, Clinton and Wrentham MA. If you need a septic system installation or if you have any questions about septic systems or our septic services please do contact us at our Norton office on 877-378-4279 or visit Septic Preservation Services
Septic Preservation Services are always happy to use our extensive knowledge in the septic industry gained over 25 years working with septic systems in the region to educate property owners with septic systems. If we can help someone avoid a septic breakdown by following some easy to follow suggestions we count that as a success. “Preservation” is in our name for a reason and we take the preservation of our environment seriously. A septic problem for one home can result in large problems that can affect the local environment including:
· Hazardous sewage surfacing in yard
· Health hazards to children and pets
· Noxious orders over large areas
· Polluted streams and ponds
· Sewage back-up in buildings
· Contaminated wells
· Breeding areas for mosquitoes
One problem is often created by property owners being unaware of the location of their leach field or drain field or not understanding the importance of its part in their septic system. They then park or drive vehicles over it causing damage. Your drain field and its associated piping are not built to sustain weight and can become easily damaged by vehicles parking on them. Even if the vehicle does not collapse the system, it can compact the soil causing drain field problems. Today we are providing a leach field septic repair for a property owner in Rochester who unknowingly damaged their system by allowing parking on their leach field during a party. We have other septic repairs today in Carver, Marion, Bourne, Middleboro and Plymouth MA. If you are concerned that your septic system is not operating as it should or if you have any questions about your septic system please do contact our Norton office on 877-378-4279 or visit Septic Preservation Services
Septic Preservation Services know that septic systems have to be used correctly for them to continue to work efficiently and function as they should. A large part of this is is just knowing what is being introduced to your septic system and making sure that anything that goes into it is appropriate and wont adversely affect your system. All wastewater makes its way to your septic system and everything that goes into your sink, toilet, washing machine and shower/bath will also get introduced into your septic system. Keep the following items out of your septic system to prevent problems:
- paper towels
- kitty litter
- cooking oils or grease
- disposable diapers
- feminine hygiene products
- any/all latex products
- hazardous chemicals, pesticides and latex-based paints
- water purification back flush
It is important to note, however, that each system is unique. Check with your septic system installer or manufacturer for a complete list of items that should not make their way into your system for maximum efficiency. There are also many other things that should stay out of your system and there is no way that we can list all of the items. We have found toys, dead fish, clothing and jewelry in septic systems and all of these items were causing a problem that led to us investigating the cause. Simply put if you are not sure do not put it in your wastewater. We have septic repairs scheduled today in Carver, Middleboro, Bourne, Marion and Rochester today. One of these repairs is necessary because the homeowner was unaware of the large volume of sand that was being introduced to their septic system via the washing machine and shower by their teenage children. It is wise to make sure that your entire family and visitors know that you have a septic system and there are certain, easily followed guidelines to follow to make sure you do not require a septic repair from our talented technicians. If however you do suspect that you require a septic repair or if you have any questions about septic systems please do contact our Norton office on 877-378-4279 or visit the Septic Preservation Services website.
Septic Preservation Services have a septic system installation starting today in Bridgewater MA. We initially provided our client with the septic system design for their project and will now continue with the installation starting with the excavation and completing the work with landscaping their property so we can keep the evidence of our work as minimal as possible. We can help our clients through the entire process from design to septic system installation and continuing on to regular septic services ensuring that their new system will continue to operate efficiently and correctly for many years to come. We have extensive experience installing septic systems for clients in this region and have recently installed systems in Marlborough, Wayland and Rochester MA. If you need a septic system design, septic system installation or service or if you have any questions about our services or septic systems please do contact us on 877-378-4279 or visit http://www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services know that having a septic installation takes more than digging a large hole in the ground and putting in the septic tank. When a property owner requires a septic system installation we can provide the septic system design working with our customer to design a septic system that works for their specific needs and those of their property, budget and the environment. We also have extensive experience in this region so we know each individual town’s septic requirements and the state regulations so we can ensure that your septic system will be correct and there will not be delays caused by paperwork problems once work has started. We have experience working with many types of septic system so you can be sure that we will correctly install your system and you will not need septic repairs created by an incorrectly installed septic system. Today we are working on a septic installation in Rochester MA. We have recently provided septic system design and septic system installations to customers in Canton, Marlborough, Wrentham and Wayland MA. If you would be interested in a septic design, septic installation or have any questions about septic systems please do contact our Norton office on 877-378-4279 or visit http://www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services are completing a septic installation today for a client in Rochester MA. We provided the initial septic design and then, once all of the town and State paperwork had been completed we excavated and installed their upgraded septic system. We are currently backfilling the site and doing their landscaping to complete the installation. We do all of the septic installation work ourselves from the design to the excavating to the landscaping. We have the experience and equipment so we do not need to outsource work to subcontractors. This means that we can be sure that the entire project from start to finish will be done to our own high standards. We have experience installing many types of septic system throughout the state from Westport to Rowley and Chatham to Orange MA. If you require a septic installation or if you have any questions about septic system installations please do contact our Norton office on 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services helps many property owners who are selling their home or commercial property with septic inspections which are usually required if you have a septic system and are selling your property. We are also always willing to provide information and support to the new property owners who may not have had a septic system previously. There are definitely some dos’ and don’ts’ that apply when you own a septic system that are not generally too difficult to follow but if you don’t you might end up needing a septic repair to fix a problem that you have unknowingly created.
For example if you have just bought a new house a lot of people want to then start decorating and putting their own stamp on their new home. When you are cleaning up after decorating you must always remember to clean your brushes and paint trays in a bucket and not to dispose of that water down your drain and definitely don’t dispose of paint down your drain. We know that one of the benefits of latex paint is the ease of its cleanup with soap and water. This might cause you to think that it is okay to pour latex paint down the drain or your clean up water. This is not true. While your septic system can usually handle small amounts of latex paint, it should be avoided when possible. Septic systems use naturally occurring, living organisms to break down, digest and treat solid and liquid waste that is introduced into the septic tank. Toxic household chemicals can kill these organisms, resulting in a failure of your septic system. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) notes that while common culprits include oil-based paints, solvents and cleaning products that are labeled as poison or hazardous, even latex paint cleanup should be minimized. Latex paints may contain toxic substances, including ethylene glycol or acetate, according to the National Drinking Water Clearinghouse. So be cautious when you clean your brushes because even small amounts of latex paint may be detrimental to your septic system. Your septic system is primarily designed to break down, digest and treat organic materials. The organisms that live in your septic system typically cannot digest the solid materials present in latex paint. These solids will settle to the bottom of your septic tank, where they can result in a thick, gray putty-like material.
Here is a list of septic system dos and dont’s:
Things you should do
DO conserve water whenever possible as a means of reducing the volume of wastewater that will need to be treated and disposed.
DO make repairs to any faucets or toilets that are leaking.
DO make sure that you are only discharging biodegradable wastes into your system.
DO restrict or avoid use of your garbage disposal.
DO take the time to ensure that any down spouts or other surface water is diverted away from your drainfield.
DO keep the cover to your septic tank accessible by installing covers and risers for easier inspections and pumping.
DO get your septic tank pumped regularly and have it checked for any cracks or leaks.
DO have an effluent filter installed to prevent debris from entering your drainfield.
DO add a laundry filter to your washing machine.
DO put kitchen trash into a compost or throw it into the garbage – not down your drains.
Things you should NOT do
DON’T flush products such as tampons, sanitary napkins, condoms, disposable diapers or wipes into your system.
DON’T empty oils or other types of kitchen grease down your drain.
DON’T dump any items that can disrupt the treatment process or contaminate groundwater, such as: paints, oils, thinners, pesticides, poisons or disinfectants.
DON’T build anything over your drainfield or dig in it for any reason.
DON’T plant any landscaping over your drainfield – except grass.
DON’T drive a vehicle over your drainfield or compact the soil in ANY way.
DON’T run purification back flush into the septic tank.
Today we have septic inspections for property owners who are selling their homes and one for a new home buyer in Plymouth, Marshfield, Carver, Bourne, Halifax, Rochester and Marion MA. If you have any questions about septic inspections or septic systems please do contact our Norton office on 877-378-4279 or visit http://www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services give you a pinch and a punch for the first of the month. Can you believe it is June 1st? This year is certainly flying by, which is certainly caused in a large part by how busy we have been providing our customers with septic inspections, septic repairs, septic installations, septic designs and septic services during the first half of this year. Today we have septic services scheduled in Lakeville, Acushnet, Rochester, Dighton, Raynham and Norton MA. If you require a septic system service or if you have any questions about septic systems or the septic services we provide please do contact our Norton office on 877-378-4279 or visit http://www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services provide advice to their customers to ensure that they use their septic systems correctly and are therefore less likely to have septic system problems. Very importantly to take good care of your septic systems you should know which items should never be flushed down the drain or toilet. This is because these things can overtax or destroy the biological digestion taking place within the system or clog pumps and pipes.
Take care not to flush the following:
- hair combings, dental floss, disposable diapers, condoms, gauze bandages, sanitary napkins, tampons
- coffee grounds, kitty litter, fat, grease, oil, cigarette butts, paper towels
- chemicals that could contaminate surface and groundwater, such as paints, varnishes, thinners, waste oils, photographic solutions, or pesticides.
Unfortunately we have attended many septic repairs that could have been avoided if this advice had been followed. Today we have septic repairs scheduled in Rochester, Rehoboth, Berkley, Lakeville and Middleboro MA. If you require a septic repair or if you have any questions please do contact our Norton office on 877-378-4279 or visit http://www.septicpreservation.com
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