28 May 2017
Now that the rainy season is here, it's time to start paying closer attention to your septic system. Torrential rains and seasonal flooding can wreak havoc on your septic system, especially if you're left with standing water in the yard. The best way to protect your septic system from flood damage is to prepare in advance. If you know what to do following a flood, you'll be able to react faster, which will prevent serious septic issues.
2 May 2017
Despite the fact that you own and operate a restaurant, it might escape your attention that you have at least one grease trap in operation on the property. If this is the first restaurant you have ever owned, you should locate your grease trap now. (Go on, we will wait.) Okay, now that you know where your grease trap is, here are some signs that you need grease trap cleaning services.
25 April 2017
Having access to restroom facilities is important when it comes to ensuring the comfort of the guests attending your wedding reception. Unfortunately, an outdoor wedding can present some unique challenges when it comes to providing adequate restrooms. Renting portable toilets can be a great solution for your waste management needs. Here are three tips that you can use to successfully rent portable toilets for your outdoor wedding. 1. Put some personal touches on each toilet.
28 June 2016
Cleaning your drains is a major part of properly keeping up your home. When you don't clean them correctly, you run the risk of damaging your drainage system, allowing corrosion to weaken and damage your drain pipes, and causing yourself physical harm. How can you avoid these consequences? You can start by avoiding the four most common mistakes people make when cleaning their drains. Mistake #1: Don't Use Chemical Products
3 February 2016
It may be that the only time you pay attention to your septic is when it isn't working. There are some definite do's and don'ts when it comes to keeping your system running smoothly, and that may curb unanticipated plumbing expenses. Do draw a picture of your system. Learn where your drain-field and septic tank are located. Sketch a diagram of the location and keep it on hand in the event of a problem.