Selling Your Home? Don’t Forget The Septic Inspection


More than 85% of homebuyers who want a mortgage want a home inspection as well (U.S. General Accounting Office). This is always a good idea, because homes must meet a number of requirements before they can be eligible to sell.

If your home has a septic system, a septic inspection is just as important to ensure your home is ready to go on the market.

Can I Use a Garbage Disposal if I Have a Septic System?


Millions of homeowners around the country are using septic, rather than sewer systems. Whether their septic system was a choice, or was a necessity due to lack of a shared sewer system, septic systems provide significant advantages for many who appreciate the environmentally friendly design, durability, and lower costs.

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Do You Need Your Septic Tank Pumped?



Septic tanks are a necessity if you aren’t connected to city sewer systems. A properly maintained septic system will last for years, with just a bit of common sense and a good pumping schedule. We’ll go into those in a minute, but first, let’s talk about how a septic system works.

7 Signs You Need to Pump Your Septic Tank


 If you’re a perceptive person at all, you’ll find that some things have a way of telling you when they need something. Your ceiling leaks if your roof needs a patch, your lawnmower starts chugging if it’s clogged with grass, your hinges squeak when they need oil and your septic tank . . .

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