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Trees and Your Septic System

Trees and Your Septic System

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Whether you’ve already been the victim of tree root damage or have only heard about it, trees are wonderful for your yard but can wreak havoc on your septic system. Express Septic Services gives you everything you need to know about trees and your septic system below, including simple ways you can avoid tree damage…
4 Strange Things People Put Down Their Drains

4 Strange Things People Put Down Their Drains

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We’ve talked in the past about things you shouldn’t put down your garbage disposal but many people end up with clogged drains and toilets when they least expect. Why? Well, in some cases it could be the plumbing or natural residue. In other cases, it might be stuff they think is okay to wash or…
5 Advantages of a Septic System

5 Advantages of a Septic System

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You might think we’re biased here at Express Septic Services but there are many advantages to septic systems. They aren’t as bad as you think, especially if you take care of them. The best thing about septic systems is they put you in control of your household septic waste, and if you’ve ever dealt with…
Is My Drainfield Leaking

Is My Drainfield Leaking?

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Your septic system’s drainfield is crucial to its operation. In very basic terms, a main pipe draws household waste out into the septic system where solid waste sinks down into the tank and the wastewater flows to the drainfield where it’s treated and disposed of. There are ways you can tell your drainfield is leaking…
Can I Use My Garbage Disposal With a Septic System?

Can I Use My Garbage Disposal With a Septic System?

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No, you shouldn’t. Whether you have a household septic system or your plumbing heads out to a municipal sewage system, your garbage disposal is not there to be used as a waste receptacle. Express Septic Services recommends you put drain screens in all of your drains to avoid waste going into your septic system, but…
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