Three Questions Worth Asking When You Need To Rent Portable Toilets

Whether you're planning a large outdoor get-together, are on the organizing committee of a local music festival or you're getting ready for an outdoor wedding, renting portable toilets can take care of your guests when nature calls. It's beneficial to contact your local waste services company to talk about your needs for your event. The company's representative will be able to provide you with an ideal number of portable toilets based on the number of guests you'll be expecting, and they can also talk about add-on features such as portable hand-washing stations. [Read More]

Tank Options For Your New Septic System

If you're planning to build a new home in the country, you'll need to install your own septic system if you can't connect to the city's sewers. A septic system is composed of a septic tank and the drainfield. You have a few choices when it comes to types of tanks. Here is a look at your options. Concrete Septic Tanks Concrete tanks are common, and they may even be the type of tank required by your local codes. [Read More]

3 Signs You Need To Replace Your Sewer Lines

Septic systems are an integral part of your home. They take the waste out of your home and into the drain field. As much as you want them to work all the time, they have to be properly maintained to stay in peak condition. To help you better determine when your sewer lines need to be replaced, be on the lookout for the following signs.  Foul odors coming from the drains. [Read More]

3 Tips For Keeping Your Septic Tank From Backing Up

If you have recently had your septic tank pumped out because it was backed up, you may be wondering if there is anything you can do to prevent it in the future. Use the following tips to help keep your system working properly and flowing freely. Do Not Pour Harsh Cleaners Down Your Drains The bacteria living in your septic tank provide a valuable function, since they break down the waste materials to keep them from building up. [Read More]