Septic Preservation Services not only installs septic systems and repairs septic systems but also provides essential septic system maintenance – perhaps most importantly septic pumping. Septic Systems must be pumped periodically to remain operating correctly. Even if your system seems to be working correctly you do not want to wait it until it shows evidence of septic problems before you choose to pump your system. By then you could have a large septic problem which may require an expensive septic repair whereas staying on top of your septic pumping schedule will ensure that you are doing the most important part of maintaining your septic system. Septic systems do not need to be pumped that often, if fact if you pump too frequently you can harm your septic system by removing the beneficial bacteria that is required to process your waste. A properly maintained septic system should only be pumped every 2-5 years, as needed, to avoid removing the “good” bacteria and keep the system running smoothly. You only need to have your system pumped annually if you have a garbage disposal. Today we have septic pumping appointments in Norton, Attleboro, Rehoboth, Seekonk and Swansea MA. If it has been over three years since you had your septic tank pumped, give Septic Preservation Services call at our Norton office on 877 378 4279 for an evaluation and to set up quick and easy pumping arrangements.
Septic Preservation Services has been working within the septic industry in this region for over a quarter of a century. In this time we have not only gained extensive experience in the industry but have also gained skills in areas that you would not expect a septic company to work. Today we are prepping, forming, pouring and finishing a concrete sidewalk for a customer in Attleboro MA. We are also doing some landscaping which involves filling in a low point in their yard. While this work is all associated with more traditional septic work that we are also doing for our client we do have the equipment and expertise to do these construction jobs without having to go to subcontractors. We can do this work so we can be certain that it will be done correctly to our own high standards. We have other septic engineering appointments today including perc testing and a septic design meeting in Attleboro, Rehoboth, Sharon, Norton, Seekonk, Taunton and Dighton MA. If you have any questions about your septic system or need to arrange an appointment please do contact our Norton office on 877-378-4279 or visit http://www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services has septic repairs including a leach field repair scheduled today in New Bedford, Berkley, Dighton, Seekonk, Rehoboth and Norton MA. We have experience working with the entire septic system so whether you have a problem with your leach field or drain field, D-Box, Septic Tank or something in between we will be able to locate the problem, determine the source of the problem and repair it as quickly and economically as possible. If you have any questions about your septic system or if you need to schedule an appointment please do contact our Norton office on 877-378-4279 or visit http://www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services would prefer to provide education to its customers, where possible, to prevent them from having to call us out for unnecessary septic repairs which could have been avoided if the property owner knew more about how to use their septic system. One of the main things that homeowners need to consider is what not to introduce to their septic system. Somethings seem clear – do not flush clothing, cat litter, toys, tools, diapers. These are all items that can clog your system which can possibly lead to a breakdown and will certainly result in your needing to have your system pumped more regularly than usual. However what may not seem as obvious are other items that should not be flushed either such as ‘flushable’ wipes, feminine hygiene products, fats, oils and grease. These are also items that can clog your system and fill it up too quickly. Also household cleaners, bleach, paint and some medications like acne lotions should not be introduced to your septic system because they can harm the biological activity that is essential for your septic system to operate correctly. We have septic repairs scheduled today, some of which could have been avoided following the above advice, in Fairhaven, Fall River, Westport, New Bedford, Seekonk and Swansea MA. If you require a septic repair or if you have any questions about your septic system please do contact us on 877-378-4279 or visit http://www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services know that a property does not need to be way out in the countryside to need to have a septic system. Before I moved into a home with a septic system I had certainly always just assumed that if a property was in a town or city it would be on town sewer. However I lived in two homes in the city of Attleboro MA both of which were certainly not in the countryside and both of which had septic systems because they were not on town sewer. I discovered that this was not unusual and definitely not the daunting prospect it first seemed when my realtor mentioned it. Increasingly as more and more property is built in New England the number that do not have access to town sewer is rising. Therefore the number of septic installations for new properties is also increasing. Septic Preservation Services certainly carry out many septic system installations in the region each year and the number is steadily growing. We also provide the septic engineering which is required before an installation can take place including septic design, soil testing and perc tests. An essential part of a septic system is the leach field and the soil in the leach area needs to be sufficiently permeable so that it can readily absorb the liquid effluent flowing into it. A site must also not have soil that is too permeable, allowing the effluent to reach the groundwater before it is fully treated. Very steep slopes are also unsuitable for a conventional leach field. In addition there must be at least a few feet of good soil from the bottom of the leach pipes to the rock or impervious hardpan below, or to the water table. The perc test provides the data to determine the suitability of a site for a septic system. In general, soils with high sand and gravel content drain the best and soils with a high clay content or solid rock are the worst. Most soils fall somewhere in the middle with a mix of course sand and gravel particles, small silt particles and tiny clay particles. Today we are conducting a perc test for a customer in Attleboro MA who is considering a building plot and needs to know its suitability for a septic system before proceeding. Even if a conventional septic system is not possible, depending on the perc test results, at Septic Preservation Services we have experience with alternative septic systems when it seems that a conventional system may not work. We are also providing septic engineering services to customers today in Norton, Seekonk, Rehoboth, Taunton and Freetown MA. If you require septic engineering or have any questions about septic systems please do contact us at our Norton office on 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services were called out for a septic repair to a septic system for a private home in Norton MA. The home owner had been noticing sewage smells coming from their plumbing and slow running drains so called us to discuss their concerns. Luckily they did not procrastinate for long and we were able to provide a simple septic repair for them which may not have been possible if they had waited for much longer. Small septic issues can become large septic problems and even total septic failures if they are left unattended for too long. We also have septic repairs today in Rehoboth, Attleboro, Seekonk, Mansfield and Taunton MA. If you need a septic repair or if you have questions or concerns about your septic system please do contact us at our Norton office on 877-378-4279 or visit http://www.septicpreservation.com where we would be happy to help you.
Septic Preservation Services know that if you have never owned a property with a septic system the unknown can be a bit daunting. However a septic system or ‘on-site sewage system’ is a pretty simple and not an uncommon way for a property to process its own waste. A typical septic system consists of a septic tank and a drainfield. All water runs out of your house from one main drainage pipe into a septic tank which is a buried, water-tight container usually made of concrete, fiberglass, or polyethylene. Its job is to hold the wastewater long enough to allow solids to settle down to the bottom which forms a sludge, while the oil and grease floats to the top as scum. Compartments in the tank and a T-shaped outlet prevent the sludge and scum from leaving the tank and traveling into the drainfield area. The liquid wastewater, or effluent, then exits the tank into the drainfield. Finally the wastewater percolates into the soil, naturally removing harmful bacteria, viruses, and nutrients. Many homes in New England have their own septic system and they are not all way out in the countryside. As more and more property has been built it has not all been connected upto town sewer so many homes that are in towns and cities have their own septic systems. If you are unsure about septic system maintenance or just don’t want to have to worry about it a good solution may be a septic service plan. Septic services are an ideal way for property owners to be totally confident that their septic system maintenance is being done without have to concern themselves about it. We maintain, check and monitor the septic system and notify our customer if we find anything that may be a problem in the future which can prevent small septic problems becoming large and expensive septic failures. Today we have septic services scheduled in Freetown, Seekonk, Swansea, Marion, Westport, New Bedford and Fall River MA. If you wish to schedule a septic service or if you have any questions about septic services please do contact our Norton office on 877-378-4279 or visit http://www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services knows that proper preventative maintenance can extend the life of your septic system. Systems that are not regularly maintained will average less than 20 years, however studies conducted by field professors, scientists and engineers reveal that proper maintenance can help a septic system to last indefinitely. This can save homeowners thousands of dollars over a lifetime.
Our septic services give our residential and commercial clients peace of mind in knowing that their septic system is being properly maintained, checked and monitored. Today we have septic services for those customers in Taunton, Rehoboth, Swansea, Seekonk and Norton MA.
We provide our customers on a service contract with regular monitoring of the entire septic system. We service many types of system including Singulair, FAST, Advanced Treatment Unit and Sand Filter Services. We service septic systems in a quarterly, biannual or annual basis depending on the septic system and the needs of our client. For example a busy restaurant’s septic system will require more regular services that a small home belonging to a retired couple. Once an appointment has been scheduled our customers do not even usually need to be home for the service which makes septic system maintenance as hassle free as possible. If you would be interested in a septic service or if you have any questions about septic systems please contact us at our Norton Office on 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services have been working with septic systems for over 25 years in this region. During this time we have built up excellent relationships with our customers, both those with private homes but also commercial properties. Businesses we work with include Cumberland Farms®, Dunkin Donuts®, Shell Oil®, Tedeshi’s®, Xtramart®, and McDonald’s® and we also work with condominium associations and residential communities. These relationships are clearly beneficial for referrals and repeat business. Today we have septic inspections which include an inspection on a condominium in Attleboro, MA. As stated on the Official Website of the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs:
“For a facility comprised of five or more condominium or cooperative units, each system located on the facility shall be inspected at least once every three years instead of at time of transfer of title and all existing systems shall be inspected by December 1, 1996. For a facility comprised of fewer than five condominium or cooperative units: 1. each system located on the facility shall be inspected at least once every three years and all existing systems shall be inspected by December 1, 1996, or 2. at the time of transfer of title of any unit, the system serving that unit shall be inspected in accordance with the time of transfer provisions of 310 CMR 15.301.”
We conduct a septic inspection for this condominium association every 3 years as required by the State of Massachusetts. We do have other Title 5 Inspections today also in Fall River, Swansea, Rehoboth and Seekonk MA. If you require a septic inspection or if you have questions about your septic system please do contact our Norton office on 877-348-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services have 24 hour emergency services and our trained septic professionals will evaluate the problem and make any necessary repairs. We have experience with large and small septic repairs including septic pump repairs, sewage grinder pump repair, leach field/ drainfield repairs and D-Box repair.
If you have an emergency septic repair that needs to be carried out on short notice or if you have a concern that your septic system is not operating correctly and think a repair may be necessary it is always inadvisable to wait. A small septic problem now could become a large and expensive septic problem later. Please do contact our office so we can answer any questions you may have or schedule an appointment on 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com.
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