A sewer back-up is not only messy, smelly and gross, it is also a health hazard. If your sewer has backed-up in to your basement or bathroom, you are going to need to act as quickly as possible to clean up your home. Here is what you need to do to protect your home and your health when your sewer backs up. Turn Off Utilities The first thing you need to do is turn off your utilities.
4 March 2016
A septic tank can often be pretty tricky to maintain and care for due to the fact that there is often no way to tell if something is wrong with the tank itself until it is too late to avoid damages. Typically, your first warning sign that something is wrong will be when waste from the septic tank backs into your house and out of your drains or floods your yard.
1 March 2016
If you aren't familiar with septic systems and you have just bought a home that has one, there are four things you should keep in mind. Your system could last a very long time if you take care of it properly. 1. Be careful what you pour down the drains or flush. Too much water going down the drains can affect the delicate system in the tank, so be careful about your water use.
30 July 2015