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Drain Flies And Drain Cleaning: What You Should Know

Drain flies are a common sight around clogged drains that go unused for an extended time. When you spot these tiny, moth-like flies around your home's drains, it's a clear sign that your drains need to be cleaned. Here's what you should know about drain flies and how drain cleaning can help. Why Are Drain Flies Drawn to Drains? Drain flies are always in search of area

What Factors Should A Homeowner Consider Before Installing A Septic Tank?

Installing a septic tank is a step many people hardly consider unless they lack an alternative waste management system. In most cases, many overlook it because of the installation cost and because few people understand how to operate and maintain one. However, once you decide to install one, you will be pleased with the benefits you stand to gain. Here are some factor

Why You Shouldn't Take Drain Cleaning For Granted

Your drains are an integral part of your plumbing system. Unfortunately, some people fail to take care of their drains as recommended. And as you'd expect, such neglect causes plumbing problems. That said, you must take drain cleaning seriously to avoid problems such as clogs. Here is why drain cleaning is crucial. No Foul Smells  Dirty and clogged drains can rui

Clogged Septic System? Don't Panic!

Septic systems can sometimes hold something of an unsavory reputation with homeowners. Many people believe these systems are messy, high-maintenance, or outdated. However, the reality is much different. Modern septic systems are a highly efficient and environmentally-friendly way to dispose of waste when municipal connections are unavailable or too costly. Most of the

3 Warning Signs Your Septic Tank Needs Repair

Catching problems with your septic tank early is often the key to avoiding a catastrophic septic system failure. Avoiding this type of system failure is extremely important since it can result in serious damage to both your yard and home. This damage will ultimately need to be repaired in addition to the repairs that your septic system requires in order to be function