What are you supposed to do if your septic inspection fails? Read this first: Are you looking to buy a new house in South Carolina or Georgia? There is a good chance that you will come across residential properties that use septic tanks instead of public sewer lines to treat wastewater. As a matter of […]
Septic tanks are an important component of your home and restaurant or commercial property in general in Georgia and South Carolina. But how do you go about creating a septic tank inspection checklist to keep your septic tank in top shape and avoid unnecessary repairs? In this article, Septic Works LLC will cover the septic
Why Septic Systems Fail and How to Fix Them… If you have a septic system in Georgia or South Carolina, this article is for you. We will share helpful insight on septic systems failure and how to fix them. Estimates indicate that more than a third of US homes depend on septic systems to treat
It sounds like a scene from the movies, but many homeowners in Georgia and South Carolina ask us the following question: can the septic tank back up into my house? Yes, it can. Sewage backups are one of the worst problems that homeowners may face. They are a health hazard to you and your neighbors.
When You are about to buy a new home in Georgia or South Carolina, and you are receiving a lot of recommendations, some friends tell you to inspect the new home septic system, while others tell you that you need to pump the septic tank, first. So, what should you do? Homeowners are required to
It is a monitoring device that is put inside the septic tank. It sounds an alert when the water level in the tank is higher or lower than it should be. An activated alarm can mean a few things, a septic tank pump problem or aeration device problem or electrical problem – depending on the
Drain field restoration is important to the overall functionality of your septic system. A failed sewage system means wastewater is not going where it should go, and it is ending up somewhere else (like in your yard, or back into your house). When you flush your toilet, wash dishes in the kitchen sink or take