Septic Preservation Services has septic inspections scheduled today in Boothbay, West Kennebunk, Alna, Waldoboro, Owls Head, Friendship and Bremen Maine. Having an inspection on your septic system keeps you informed of the status of your septic system. A septic system will not operate indefinitely if left unmaintained and will eventually need replacement and will always require maintenance so it is advisable to know the condition of your septic. In this instance ignorance is not bliss and could lead to some unpleasant surprises so having a professional inspect your system could help prevent expensive repairs in the future if you can catch problems before they occur. If you would be interested in a septic inspection or if you have any questions about septic inspections or septic systems please do contact our office on 877-378-4279 or visit Septic Preservation Services
Septic Preservation Services has OBD (Overboard Discharge) Services and Repairs scheduled today in West Kennebunk, Biddeford, Old Orchard Beach, Cape Elizabeth, Portland and Wells ME. For more information regarding OBDs see:
These are a few general tips that will help to extend the life of your OBD and promote high quality effluent.
- Some household chemicals kill the microorganisms that digest the wastes in your treatment system and may pass through to the receiving waterbody. Toxic chemicals, harsh cleaners, paint, pharmaceuticals, and non-biodegradable materials should not be disposed of by dumping or pouring down the drain.
- Using low-flow toilets and water-saving showerheads will prolong the life of your system.
- Septic tanks should be pumped at least once every three years. Depending on how much the OBD facility is used, you may want to increase the septic pumping frequency or decrease it to once every five years if it receives very little use.
- Trees, shrubs and woody perennials should be cleared away from system components. Sandfilter surfaces should be mowed at least once per year. If a wet spot appears on or near the sandfilter bed notify the DEP inspector.
- Mechanical systems operate best if they are used at a consistent rate and may malfunction or produce poor quality effluent if overloaded on the weekend and “starved” during the week. Try to manage laundry, cleaning, and showers so that the load is spread out as evenly as possible. Leave a mechanical OBD operating as recommended by your service contractor at all times during the season of use.
- Check the chlorine level at least every two weeks and keep fresh chlorine in contact with the treated wastewater. Don’t overfill the chlorinator tubes; only the bottom two or three inches of the tubes should have chlorine. Old, brown or mushy chlorine does not properly disinfect and must be replaced. Take care to remove old chlorine from your chlorinator rather than washing it out to the waterbody.
- Ensure that the outfall pipe extends to below the low water mark of the receiving waterbody. In extenuating circumstances a specific waiver to this requirement may be granted by the Department.
- Treated wastewater should be clear and without a strong septic or chlorine odor. If wastewater in the disinfection unit is not nearly clear, smells like rotten eggs, raw sewage, or smells strongly of chlorine, call your service contractor or notify the DEP inspector.
If you require an Overboard Discharge Service or repair you will need to contact a certified maintenance contractor. Septic Preservation Services is the only Statewide contractor on the Maine Department of Environmental Protection Wastewater Treatment Plants certified maintenance contractors list. If you wish to make an appointment or if you have any questions please do contact our office on 877-378-4279 or visit http://www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services provide septic inspections to property owners in Maine who have a septic system and wish to know the condition of their system. They can use this information to catch septic problems before they happen and to repair their system if the inspection indicates that their septic system requires a septic repair. We also carry out septic inspections for clients who are considering buying a property with a septic system or are selling a property, either residential or commercial, with a septic system. Again a septic inspection provides information on the current status of the system so enables people to make informed decisions when purchasing a property. Today we have septic inspections scheduled in Alfred, Lebanon, Berwick, Waterboro and West Kennebunk ME. If you require a septic inspection in Maine or have any questions about septic inspections please contact our office on 877-378-4279 or visit http://www.septicpreservation.com
Septic Preservation Services have septic repairs scheduled in West Newfield, Waterboro, Alfred, Lebanon, Acton, Biddeford and West Kennebunk Maine. We are available for repairs even in the winter months because we know that septic repairs do not wait for the warmer weather. Infact waiting to do septic repairs can result in much bigger problems. A small septic repair can become a large repair or even a septic failure if left too long. If you need to schedule a septic repair or if you have any questions please do contact us on 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com where we will be happy to help you.
Old Orchard Beach
From our Biddeford, Maine Office our qualified technicians are available to attend to your septic needs on short notice. Today we have septic inspections and septic repairs scheduled in Belfast, Hermon, Islesboro, Palmero, Whitfield and Windsor ME. If you require septic assistance or have any questions please do contact us on 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com and we will be happy to help.
Septic Preservation Services has Overboard Discharge Repairs and Overboard Discharge Services today in Kittery, Kittery Point, Berwick, North Berwick, Wells, Rochester, NH, Kennebunk, and West Kennebunk, Maine.
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
Septic Preservation Services is carrying out septic inspections in Southern Maine this Fall. We cover towns including Kittery, Kittery Point, Wells, Cape Neddick, Kennebunk, Kennebunk Port, West Kennebunk, Biddeford, Old Orchard Beach, Cape Elizabeth, Portland, Windham, Lebanon and Waterboro. If you require an Inspection contact our office to ensure you use a company that is experienced working in your area. You can reach us at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com
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