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  • Don't Flush Trouble

    We feel as though we are always preaching about this one, but it seems to be the biggest problem we see. Don’t flush trouble.
    A septic tank is designed to treat wastewater and toilet paper only. Your septic tank contains living organisms that...

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  • Do I Really Need A Septic Management System?

    Remember this phrase? An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure? It’s about those careful little things you can and should do such as creating a septic management plan so you don’t end up with a disaster on your hands.
    Nothing could...

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  • Septic VS Aerobic - What Is The Difference?

    There are two ways to treat sanitary wastes from households: septic and aerobic. The primary job of both is to clean the water up before sending it to the secondary treatment area.
    SEPTIC VS. AEROBIC SYSTEMS
    SEPTIC SYSTEMS
    Let’s look at septic...

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  • How Does A Septic Tank Function?

    The septic tank is what most people call an entire septic system. However, the tank is just one component of the septic system.
    The septic tank can range in size depending upon the age. In our area of Geauga County the most common for systems installed...

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  • Tips For Maintaining Your Septic System

    A septic system is a very significant part of what is probably the most important purchase people will make in their lifetime. The ideal situation would be to start with a new septic system and a new house, and do the proper septic system maintenance...

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  • I Have A Septic Odor In My House

    Septic odors inside the house are annoying and sometimes can be hard to locate. An odor inside typically does not mean that your septic tank needs to be pumped, but are more often an indication of a plumbing problem. Weather can also play a part. “Heavy...

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  • How To Know If You Have A Septic Tank Problem

    You should not have a septic tank problem if you perform proper maintenance, but eventually all systems fail.
    When stuff oozes in the drain field, you know you are in trouble!
    WHY DO SYSTEMS FAIL?
    Eventually, the soil in a drain field will no longer...

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  • To Flush or Not to Flush: Wipes and Your Septic System

    Once upon a time there were baby wipes….so convenient and soft for baby’s bottom and every mom’s dream come true! An incredible invention – a portable and disposable washcloth! Disposable? Of course! Just flush! Everyone else...

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