It is important to fix toilets that leak and faucets that drip. “It doesn’t seem like a lot of water, but if you leave them dripping for a few months the extra water can over saturate your drain field.
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Did you know that as a homeowner you are responsible for maintaining your septic system?
Did you know that maintaining your septic system protects your investment in your home?
Did you know that you should periodically have your septic system inspected and pumped out by a septic professional?
If properly designed, constructed and maintained, your septic system can provide long-term, effective treatment of your household wastewater. If your septic system isn’t maintained, you might need to replace it, costing you thousands of dollars.
A malfunctioning system can contaminate groundwater that might be a source of drinking water.
When you sell your home, your septic system must be in good working order.
If your like most of us today, you’ve just scrimped and saved and spent every penny you have to buy your new home. Right?
NOW! is the time to begin protecting that investment.
These 3 systems in your home are most important and WILL require routine care & maintenance:
1) Septic System
2) Plumbing System
3) Heating Systeem
So, protect your future NOW with proper care and maintenance TODAY!
As a new home owner, you want to be responsible and cautious and make sure your aware of how your septic system works. Crystal Clear Septic system treatment and maintenance products at www.crystalclearseptic.com are designed to help you care for your septic system on your own.
Crystal Clear Septic Maintenance Products are the Best Natural Septic Treatments available on the market today! HERE’S WHY:
- 100% Natural Bacteria & Enzyme Treatment
- Eliminates Backups, Septic Smells and Foul Septic Odors
- Unclogs Drains and Blocked Leach Fields
- Reduces Frequent Pump Outs
- Restores Septic System Functionality
How will I know if there is a problem with my septic system?
If your septic system is not functioning properly, you may notice the following signs:
•Sinks, showers and toilets back up with sewage or drain slowly
•The lawn over the leaching bed has patches of abnormally healthy-looking grass
•There are soggy areas, areas with surfacing grey water, or areas with surfacing sewage on or near the leaching bed
•The lawn above the leaching bed is wet
•There is a sewage odor in your home or over the area of your leaching bed