Septic Tank Pumping 101 | An Inexperienced Homeowner's Guide To Service

Posted on: 9 July 2015

You may know that you have a septic tank somewhere beneath the ground of your property, but of you are like a lot of people, that is the only information you know about your own septic tank. The fact is, when a component is hidden out of sight and out of your home, you will probably not spend a great deal of time thinking about it until something goes wrong. If there is one thing that can go wrong with a septic tank, it is getting full and needing to be pumped by a professional septic pump out service.
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A Restaurant Owner's Guide To Keeping Their Dumpster From Becoming A Pest Magnet

Posted on: 2 June 2015

 While a dumpster sitting behind your restaurant for waste may be a necessity, there are a few extra concerns that come along with having a large waste receptacle on your property. One of the biggest concerns is that this much trash can easily attract a lot of pests -- pests which could easily start to make their way inside of your building. There are a few things you should be doing to keep your dumpster from becoming an all-out pest magnet.
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Keep Your Septic Tank From Backing Up With A Monthly Homemade Treatment

Posted on: 25 May 2015

When you have a septic tank that continuously backs up, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to help prevent it from happening. If so, use the following monthly, homemade treatment to keep your system working properly. What You Will Need Before you begin, gather the following supplies. The ingredients can be found in grocery stores. Medium-sized pan Four cups of water Two cups of brown sugar Three packets of dry active yeast One cup of cornmeal The yeast in this cleaner provides enzymes that break down the top greasy layer of your septic tank's contents.
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Dealing With Mold, Waterproofing And Insulation After A Basement Flood

Posted on: 20 May 2015

Floods in the basement can be distressing and cause a lot of damage. The cause of the flood can come from a variety of issues such as major storms and foundation issues. This can create a lot of material and structural damage to your home. Dealing with the flood damage can be difficult if you don't know what all to check over. The guide below provides some tips for dealing with mold, waterproofing and insulation after a flood in your basement.
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