When residential drains start running very slowly or stinky water starts pooling up outdoors over the sewer line or one of its cleanout ports, then it's very likely the main sewer line has become either clogged or damaged. While there are many household plumbing projects you can repair yourself after a bit of reading and watching videos online, a clogged sewer main is never one of them. Not only is the raw sewage harmful to your health, but an improperly repaired sewer main is a danger to your entire neighborhood and its clean water supply.
18 March 2019
If you have a septic system at home, you may run into problems with your tank. If your drains seem to be going slow or your toilet isn't flushing like normal, you may have an issue with your septic tank. Clogs are common, especially in systems that are being used extensively. You may also have an issue with tree roots, or the tank could be leaking because of corrosion. When you notice an issue with the way waste water is leaving your home, it's time to call for help.
22 January 2019
If you need to have a new septic tank put in, it's not necessarily as easy as having the septic company come in, pull out the tank, and put in a new one. There are things that are going to have to be done in order to get your new septic tank put in. Evaluation One of the things that is going to have to happen is that the area where your tank is will need to be evaluated.
3 December 2018
When it comes to operating a commercial kitchen, grease traps make a big difference in keeping the plumbing system in good repair and ensuring that the kitchen complies with waste management standards. Thus, properly maintaining a commercial kitchen's grease trap is hugely important, and management should take the steps necessary to ensure that all employees working in the kitchen understand the procedures for keeping the grease trap in good condition. Use the following tips to maintain a grease trap in a commercial kitchen.
21 October 2018
Oh, the fun you'll have now that summer is officially here. One of the great things about the warm weather is that there are so many different activities you can enjoy in your own backyard. If your summer plans involve lots of backyard barbecues and get-togethers, it's time to start planning for the extra people. If you have a septic system, this is particularly important, especially if you want to avoid a messy situation.
6 July 2018
When your drains get clogged, you don't always have a lot of time to deal with unclogging your drains. If you have a backed-up sink, and you need a quick fix to get things flowing again, try one of the really easy ways to unclog your drains that is detailed below. 1. Boiling Hot Water One of the fastest and simple ways to deal with a clogged drain is literally with boiling water.
3 May 2018
When you depend on a septic system to handle your household waste, you want to keep it working properly to prevent backups and problems with your plumbing. However, there are some bad habits you may have that could wreak havoc on your septic system. Draining Grease in Your Kitchen Sink When cooking ground meat in your kitchen, you may regularly drain the grease in the sink, running hot water down the drain to help it flow through the pipes a little easier.
27 March 2018