Tips To Help You Install Your Home's Septic System Leach Field

It can be necessary to install a backyard septic system for your home when you do not have access to the city's sewer system. As you are installing your new septic system, it is important to make sure you install the drain fields properly and in the right type of soil to prevent septic system problems and back-ups. Here are some tips to help you install the leach field for your home's septic system. [Read More]

What To Do If The Home You Are Buying Fails The Title Five Septic Tank Test

If you are buying a home with a septic tank, the owner is obligated to have a Title Five inspection. This ensures that the septic tank is working and not a threat to public health. However, if the septic tank fails the test, you may be wondering what you should do. Here is a look at some of your options: 1. Have the owners fix the septic tank as a condition of the sale. [Read More]

How Water Consumption and Usage Can Affect Your Septic System

If you recently moved from the city into a home that has a septic tank, this might be a big change for you. While city sewers operate in a way similar to private septic systems, there are a few differences. The main difference is that you will be responsible for the maintenance on your system. If problems occur, you will have to pay for them. This is why you should take the time to find out what you can do to keep your system in good-working condition. [Read More]