Buying A Home That Uses A Septic Tank? Two Questions To Ask

Posted on: 6 December 2017
Many homes in rural parts of the country will use a septic tank rather than be connected to a city sewer system. Buying a home that uses a septic tank may be unavoidable, depending on where you are looking for a home, but it is nothing to be concerned about. Septic tanks are a very effective way to deal with waste from your home. However, there are two questions you want to ask the previous homeowners about the tank before you make an offer.
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The Hidden Dangers Of Old Tanks: 3 Tips To Deal With Hazards From Old Oil Tanks

Posted on: 17 November 2017
In older homes, oil was the source of heating fuel, which tanks are often buried to eliminate eye sores. These buried tanks are now a hazard due to corrosion and leaks. They can be at risk of collapse or leak and cause contamination of ground water. You may need to have the tank removed if it is a danger to people or the environment. Here are some tips to help deal with the dangers of old buried oil tanks:
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How To Keep Your Septic System From Becoming A Thanksgiving Disaster

Posted on: 30 October 2017
With Thanksgiving and the rest of the holiday season just around the corner, there's a good chance you're planning a get-together for friends and family. But as you set the plates and trim the turkey for a fantastic Thanksgiving feast, you should also pay close attention to your home's septic system. An unexpected septic backup can easily put an end to almost any dinner plan. If you don't want your holiday plans ruined by a septic system mishap, then it pays to follow the tips listed below:
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How Much Work Are Septic Tanks?

Posted on: 27 September 2017
You are probably building your home off the beaten path and the time has come for you to install a sewer system. In this article, we will show you what it takes to have a septic tank, right from pre-installation to maintenance. A septic tank is a sewer system for processing waste if your home is not connected to a municipal sewer line. It is made of different material ranging from concrete and fiberglass to plastic.
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