Entries by Holly Walker

Septic Inspections and Voluntary Septic Assessments Carried Out Today

Down to Earth Construction Services’ licensed septic inspectors have been carrying out thorough and reliable septic system inspections in Massachusetts for over 25 years. As stated by the Mass Gov Website Title 5 Septic Inspections are required:   Within 2 years before a sale. If weather conditions prevent inspection at the time of a sale, […]

Winter Weather Can Create Septic Problems

Down to Earth Construction Services know, just like all other New Englanders, that storms and weather are a part of living in this region. However the severe winter storms can result in property damage which can affect septic systems just like other parts of your property. Just like with other parts of your home or […]

Commercial Septic Design Provided For An Attleboro, Massachusetts, Property

Down to Earth Construction Services are providing a septic design for a commercial client in Attleboro, MA who is expanding their restaurant. Therefore their septic system needs to expand to accommodate the extra demand that additional customers will create. We have extensive experience working with commercial and private property owners in this region so we […]

We Provide Thorough Septic Inspections

Down to Earth Construction Services has septic inspections scheduled today in Foxboro, Franklin, Wrentham, North Attleboro, Bellingham, Upton and Holliston MA. Our septic inspections are very thorough and are conducted using state of the art color sewer camera equipment. Not only do we inspect the septic system, we also educate you about the proper care […]

Septic System Upgrades Today In Rochester and North Attleboro MA

Down to Earth Construction Services not only help our septic customers with their septic problems and breakdowns with septic repairs but can also provide septic system upgrades to improve their septic systems. Basic septic tank upgrades can simplify maintenance, improve system function, and protect your drainfield for long-term savings. Access risers and effluent filters are […]

Down To Earth Construction Services Can Provide SEptic Engineering Services

Down to Earth Construction Services have trained septic experts who can assist property owners with their septic engineering requirements. We can assist with services to improve or repair your property such as soil evaluations, septic design and land use planning, septic improvements such as installation of risers, covers or filters and construction layouts for large […]

Down to Earth Construction Services Provide Septic Confidence To Our Customers

Down to Earth Construction Services have septic services scheduled for customers today in Berlin, Bolton, Clinton, Marlborough and Southborough MA. Down to Earth Construction Services’ Preventative Maintenance Contracts are available for specific types of septic systems, including: · conventional septic systems · pressure distribution systems · innovative and alternative systems, such as FAST Systems, Eljen […]

Know What The Signs Of a Septic Problem Are

Down to Earth Construction Services are very regularly called by customers who suspect that they have a septic problem but do not know the cause of the issue or how to repair it. Typical signs of a septic problem could be:   All of the drains from the house are slow There is a sewage […]

Down to Earth Construction Services’ Inspector Takes A Boat To Carry Out A Septic Inspection

Down to Earth Construction Services provide septic inspections throughout the region, even when the location of the inspection can prove challenging. Today we have an inspector taking a boat to a property on an island to carry out their Title 5 inspection in Onset, MA. We will always endeavor to provide a septic inspection to […]

Septic Repair In Lakeville MA Including A Septic Pump Repair

Down to Earth Construction Services are attending a septic repair today for a residential customer located in Lakeville MA. Our customer noticed sewage smells coming from their septic tank and wisely chose to contact us to investigate further. The source of this problem was a faulty pump, which failed to keep up with the waste […]