Maintaining Your Septic System Guide For...

Extend The Life Of Your Sewer System Conserving water can also extend the life of your septic system by reducing soil saturation, and reducing any pollution due to leaks. Overloading municipal sewer systems can also cause untreated sewage to flow to lakes and rivers. The smaller the amount of water flowing through these systems, the lower the likelihood of pollution. In some communities, costly sewage system expansion has been avoided by community wide household water conservation....

MN Plumber For Sewage Backup St Louis Pa...

St Louis Park Sewer and Drain Cleaning If you experience a sewer blockage, it is recommended that you call the County first before calling a plumber. They can dispatch a sewer truck to send a high-pressure water hose down through the cleanout, near your property line, out to the sewer main....

Reduce Sewer Or Drain Losses In Your Bas...

Avoid Sewer and Drain Damage In Your Basement No one wants to experience sewer backups in their home. YUK! Like many questions regarding home maintenance, when it comes to sewer problems, prevention is the best solution. Considering how much damage can be caused by water in your basement, it makes sense to spend a little time testing out your drainage system and addressing any problems before a catastrophe occurs. Here are a few easy ways to keep your basement clean and dry....

Minnetonka Minnesota Plumber MN...

Sump Installation Minnetonka MN With the spring flood season upon us, Minnesota homeowners can take action now to minimize costly basement flooding by checking their sump pump. The combination of heavy spring rains falling on the ground that is still frozen is a recipe for an expensive disaster. Most homeowners fail to perform proper maintenance on their sump pump or have adequate homeowner’s insurance to guard against this problem. By following a few simple steps they can save themselves a lot of money and aggravation....

Plug Drains To Prevent Sewer Backup...

Plug Drains to Keep Sewage Backup Out NDSU has information on plugging drains to keep sewage backup out. Be prepared to plug your drains this spring to prevent sewer backup if you live in an area prone to flooding or heavy rain. Raw sewage not only can damage building components and carpeting; it also has high concentrations of pathogens that can pose serious health risks. ...