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How Does A Septic System Work?
Are you a septic tank owner that has no idea how your system actually operates? Understanding what is going on underground with your plumbing system can help you care for it better and extend your septic system lifespan. Your septic tank is the central component; it is a large watertight tank that measures about nine feet long, 4 feet wide and 5 feet tall (on average). The number of gallons your tank holds depends on the size of your house. A 1,500-gallon tank is most common.
4 Signs You May Need A Water Softener
Just like our bodies, water plays in integral role in the operation of our home. While you may think all water is created equal, you’ll unfortunately notice some inconveniences if your water is too hard. Hard water contains extra minerals that soft water does not. While the additional calcium and magnesium deposits are not a health hazard, they can produce some disruptive issues in your everyday household tasks. Testing whether your water is hard or soft can be easily completed by a professional. If you suffer from the following household water problems, you should consider adding a water softener:
5 Rules Every Septic Tank Owner Should Know
Septic systems are considered a fairly low-maintenance plumbing solution. However, that doesn’t mean they don’t have a few rules. To ensure your septic tank operates smoothly and doesn’t produce an unexpected foul odor, learn these septic tank maintenance rules.
The History of Plumbing
When was the last time you took your plumbing system for granted? If you are like most of us, it was probably within the last hour or less, when you washed your hands or flushed the toilet. Today, we may not even think about our plumbing until something gets clogged or goes awry.
Summer Water Sense
Are you taking steps to conserve water this summer? If not, now is a great time to start. As the temperatures heat up, the demand for more water follows suit.
Follow This Plumbing Checklist Before Your Vacation
Heading out of town this summer for a family getaway or relaxing vacation? In the hustle of packing and getting someone to get your mail or feed your pets, don’t forget to prepare your plumbing for your absence. Failure to do so can lead to costly plumbing emergencies, which can be a detrimental end to a nice summer vacation.
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