Exploring Waste Disposal Options

How To Do A Soil Percolation Test

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An integral part of a septic system is the leach field. The leach field is used to collect the effluent water coming from a septic tank and disperse it into the soil throughout the field. As the effluence passes through the soil, it is naturally treated by organisms in the ground until it is no longer a biological hazard in a healthy field. However, over time the bottom of the leach field can become compacted and cause back-ups into the tank and house.…

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How To Save Your Home's Carpeting Instead Of Replacing It

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When there are rooms in your house where your carpeting looks unsightly and terribly stained, many homeowners decide that replacing the carpeting is their only option. There actually are a couple things you are able to try before you decide to completely replace your carpeting. While many consumer products are great at spot treating stains and odors, you may need professional help when those don’t do the trick. Consider these three alternatives to carpet replacement as a way to save it.…

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How To Prevent Common Septic Tank System Problems

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Homeowners with a septic tank system have different ways in which they should be caring for their plumbing. This is because a septic tank works much differently than a sewage system that is connected to a main plumbing line. There are a few common problems that homeowners must be aware of when it comes to their septic tank system, which includes excess water being backed up and more. Here are some ways to prevent these common problems from happening:…

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