Your drain field is an important part of your septic system.
Although it’s the final phase of your system, it can tell you a lot
about what is happening in your septic tank, pump and pipes.
Keeping an eye and nose on your drain field can alert you to
problems within your septic before they [...]
One of the most common culprits of septic problems is grease
and fat, which can find their way down the drain and into the
septic system. Just like unhealthy fat can clog the arteries in
your circulatory system, fat and grease can clog up your drains and
septic as well. Once they’re poured down the [...]
Few things on your property are as attractive to tree roots
as underground sewer pipes. Tree roots are naturally designed to go
in search of water and nutrients in the soil, both of which travel
through your sewer lines in your yard. It should be no
surprise that these strong and relentless roots will wrap