Your Septic System – Protecting It From Failure

Your home's septic system can last for quite a while if it is maintained properly. If you don't know how, or don't take the initiative to care for your septic system, it could fail and cost you a lot of money in repairs and create a huge, disgusting mess for you to clean up. Typically Common Knowledge There are several things that homeowners with septic tanks should know – Don't introduce anything but bodily waste, water and toilet paper into the septic system. [Read More]

Be Prepared For A Clog With This Homemade Septic-Safe Declogger

Your septic tank relies on the delicate balance between nitrate, phosphorous, and several beneficial bacteria. This balance helps break down waste that keep your system working, but regular decloggers have harsh chemicals that might kill the bacteria your tank needs. The following guide will help you make a declogger that is natural, cheap, and safe for the eco-system in your septic tank. How Enzymes Make A Septic-Safe Declogger Many of the things that get stuck in your drain are organic matter such as hair, toilet paper, or fecal matter. [Read More]