Managing The Safety Of A Septic Tank

Posted on: 30 March 2017

Septic tanks are a good solution when your home isn't naturally connected to municipal sewing. But they do require a little more attention to make them a safe addition to your home. These tips will help you manage the ownership of a septic tank safely. Follow Guidelines for Installation Distance Septic tanks should not be installed directly next to your home, for health reasons. The drain field, especially, should be removed from the areas that your family normally inhabits.
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Trash Removal: Three Ways To Prevent Pests From Getting Into The Trash

Posted on: 2 March 2017

One man's trash is another man's gold. However, with actual trash you throw out, the comparison is not between men, but between men and animals. While you might not be able to get rid of the smelly trash on your property, pesky animals nearby see your garbage as a rather large feast. They're drawn in by the smell, and some animals can get into the trash relatively quickly. With that said, here are 3 ways that you can prevent pests from getting into your trash before trash removal day.
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Down In The "Dumpster" Because Your Restaurant Failed Its Last Health Inspection? Maybe It's Time To Make Some Changes

Posted on: 27 January 2016

You've worked hard to keep your restaurant clean, yet when the health inspectors visited, they found signs of pest infestations. Of course, you realize that this is a huge concern. Pests like cockroaches and rodents can spread diseases and contaminate your food. Although you've set traps in your food storage areas, you're still having a pest problem. So what could it be? The answer may lie with something that is outside your restaurant -- your dumpsters.
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How To Choose Between A Single Or Multiple Chambered Septic Tank

Posted on: 7 October 2015

A septic tank allows you to turn the most remote plot of land into a homestead the whole family can enjoy. When picking out your brand new septic system, you'll need to choose between a simple one chamber tank or a unit with two or more separate spaces. Figure out which design best fits your budgets and plans so you don't need to get a new tank within the first few years of moving onto your property.
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