Categories for Septic Repair

Why Choose a Submersible Sump Pump?

October 3, 2019 Published by Leave your thoughts

Is your home in a flood zone? Do you have a basement or below-ground crawl space? Then it’s time to count yourself among the millions of homeowners who have come to rely on a sump pump to mitigate short- and long-term water damage. There’s no end to the amount of damage and money loss a simple sump pump can prevent. Why do I need a sump pump? Not only is “sump pump” just plain fun to say, but this vital piece of home equipment can also save you thousands of dollars by keeping your house safe in a variety of... View Article

The Reasons (and Solutions) for Standing Water in Your Yard

July 31, 2019 Published by Leave your thoughts

There are few things more devastating than stepping out onto your front lawn in the morning, only to find that it’s flooded with standing water. The only thing that can make this scenario worse is to realize that the water is from your septic system’s drain field. Septic effluent discharge from your tank is relatively safe, but that doesn’t mean that you want it covering your lawn. Additionally, exposure to septic effluent is likely to kill your grass and ruin your landscaping, especially after prolonged or repeated exposures. If there’s septic effluent flooding your yard, you should call an expert... View Article

What to Expect from Septic Tank Repair in Cleveland, TX

May 4, 2018 Published by Leave your thoughts

You may have taken all the precautions, but the smells, poor water quality and flooding all indicate you need septic repair in Cleveland, TX right away! This can be a stressful time, since indoor plumbing and working sewage treatment is essential for a civilized lifestyle. It helps to know what to expect and how to prevent incidents in the future. Here is what happens when you call for septic tank repair: We check everything: Prepare for a thorough inspection. Besides checking the drain field, pumps and septic tank, we will also test your pipes and inspect all the drains in... View Article