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Septic Preservation Services on Cape Cod Today

           Septic Preservation Services Septic Preservation Services have Septic System Services scheduled on Cape Cod today in Sandwich, Wellfleet, Eastham, Brewster, West Dennis, Dennis and Yarmouth. If you have a home or business on the Cape and need to schedule a service for your septic system call Septic Preservation Services. We are a reliable, thorough, and professional Septic Company who have experience working on Cape Cod, so please call our office to schedule your appointment or for more information at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

 

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Septic Preservation Services Conducting Septic Inspections

          Septic Preservation Services Septic Preservation Services are conducting Septic Inspections in Falmouth, Westbrook, Gorham, Windham and Portland, ME today. If you are moving in Maine and require a septic inspection or need an inspection for your property, if it is residential or commercial, please contact our office so we can answer any questions and schedule your appointment.

You can reach us at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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Septic Preservation Services Schedule Singulair Services

           Septic Preservation Services Septic Preservation Services have Singulair Services scheduled today in Little Compton, Portsmouth, and Jamestown, R.I.   Septic Preservation Services have extensive experience and expertise with Singulair Septic Systems so if you need a service on your Singulair septic system make sure you contact our office to schedule your appointment at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

good septic owner

Top 10 Ways to Be a Good Septic Owner

septic system tipsAccording to the EPA , here are the top 10 ways to be a good septic owner.

Have your system inspected every three years by a qualified professional or according to your state/ local health department’s recommendations.

Have your septic tank pumped, when necessary, generally every three to five years.

Avoid pouring harsh products (e.g., oils, grease, chemicals, paint, medications) down the drain.

Discard non-degradable products in the trash (e.g., floss, disposable wipes, cat litter) instead of flushing them.

Keep cars and heavy vehicles parked away from the drainfield and tank.

Repair leaks and use water efficient fixtures to avoid overloading the system.

Space out water usage throughout the week.  e.g. spread loads of laundry throughout the week  and avoid excessive washing on one particular day.

Maintain plants and vegetation near the system to ensure roots do not block drains.

Use soaps and detergents that are low-suds, biodegradable, and low- or phosphate-free.

Prevent system freezing during cold weather by inspecting and insulating vulnerable system parts (e.g., the inspection pipe and soil treatment area).

Another great idea,  call Septic Preservation Services and enroll in their maintenance program.  They can keep you on schedule with regular maintenance to keep your system functioning properly and avoid costly repairs.     You can reach them at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

All Clear Septic & Wastewater Services

Septic Preservation Services in Maine

             All Clear Septic & Wastewater Services Septic Preservation Services will be conducting Septic Services and Septic Cleaning in towns in Southern Maine  this week including Hebron, Turner, Winthrop, Lewiston, West Paris and Lisbon Falls. If you require Septic Services in Southern Maine please call our office.

          Septic Preservation Services also has overboard discharge service and overboard discharge repairs (OBDs) scheduled for Peaks Island, Orrs Island, Portland and Cape Elizabeth, Maine. If you need OBD repairs or service in Maine contact our office at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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Septic Preservation Services Carrying Out Septic Services

          Septic Preservation Services  Septic Preservation Services is carrying out septic services and septic sewage pump repairs for customers in Marshfield, Scituate, Hanover, Hanson and Hingham today. If you have a Septic System and want a reliable company to carry out maintenance and repairs on your septic system please call our office for information on our services and how we can help you.  You can reach us at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

RASEM Red Expo

All Clear Septic and Wastewater at RASEM Red Expo

RASEM Red ExpoAll Clear Septic and Wastewater Services was at the RASEM Red Expo in Raynham last week.  Al Rivet and Liz Alves of All Clear were on hand to answer any questions on septic services.  Al participated in the RED Talks and spoke of all the services All Clear Septic and Septic Preservation had to offer to consumers.  These include Title 5 Septic Inspections, septic functional inspections, septic repairs, septic system assessments, septic maintenance, cleaning and pumping to name a few.  He also talked about the Realtor loyalty program All Clear and Septic Preservation offer to local realtors when they refer a client.  He was able to provide many tips for keeping a healthy septic system and avoiding  a septic system failure.  The talk was very interesting and informative and he and Liz were on hand to any clients or realtors with more information on all the services they provide.  Call Septic Preservation with any of your septic system questions at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com
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Septic Preservation Services Have Company Wide Safety Meeting

            Septic Preservation Services Septic Preservation Services have a company wide Safety meeting today at their Norton MA offices. Septic Preservation Services considers the safety of its staff and clients as a high priority and wants to ensure that safety procedures are met and exceeded when carrying out jobs including but not limited to Septic Inspections, Septic Installation, Septic Cleaning, Septic Repairs and Septic Pumping.  Call us with all your questions at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation. com

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All Clear Septic at the RASEM Red Expo

                         Septic Preservation Services  Septic Preservation Service’s subsidiary company All Clear Septic and Wastewater Services attended the RASEM R.E.D. Expo in Raynham yesterday  . Al and Liz  attended the Realtor Association of Southeastern Massachusetts Real Estate Education Development Expo to answer questions Realtors have about topics including Septic Inspection, Title 5 Septic Inspections, Septic Cleaning and Septic Pumping.  Al will also be giving a R.E.D (Real Estate Education development) talk.  This event was attended by Realtors from Southeastern Massachusetts including Attleboro, North Attleboro, Norton, Mansfield, Rehoboth, Seekonk, Sharon, Foxboro, Franklin and Wrentham.

Please call us with all your questions at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

Title 5

FAQ on Title 5

FAQ on Title 5

What do I need to do to sell my house or build an addition on my home?

If you own a home that has a private sewage treatment system in the State of Massachusetts, you are required to have a State-Certified Title 5 Inspector perform an official Title 5 Inspection on your system prior to selling your home or building an addition.

What is a Title 5 Inspection?

Since 1995, the State of Massachusetts has required homeowners to have their private sewage treatment system check thoroughly by a State-Certified Title 5 Inspector. Here is what you can expect from an official Title 5 Inspection – the inspector will:

  • conduct an interview with the property owner
  • research the paperwork for your property at your city’s Board of Health Department
  • survey the general size of the building or list a summary of the number of bedrooms
  • inspects the connection from the house/building to the system
  • inspects the inlet/outlet of the septic tank
  • examines the integrity of the tank
  • measures the liquid/contents of the tank
  • examines the integrity of the distribution box
  • measures the liquid/contents of the distribution box
  • checks the soil absorption system (SAS) condition
  • checks the relation of the system’s water table to the SAS
  • examines the integrity of the pipes using a special “sewer cam” (SPS specialty service, not required by the state)
  • provides an official 17-page document to the local approving authority and the owner, including all findings and a detailed sketch of the system

Is it possible to get an inspection even if I am not selling my home?

Yes, this type of inspection is called a Voluntary Assessment. All of the same steps in the above inspection detail will be taken, however the 17-page document will NOT be sent to your local approving authority – it is for your information only. A Voluntary Assessment is a great way to find out more about your own septic system.  Septic Preservation Services highly recommends this to our clients as a means of properly maintaining, upgrading and repairing your system to prolong its life. Ask us about additional services we can provide to ensure the proper working of your septic system.

Can I get a Voluntary Assessment performed even if I don’t live in Massachusetts?

Yes, Septic Preservation Services is also certified to perform inspections in the State of Rhode Island.

Should I get my system pumped or cleaned before I get an inspection?

Absolutely not. The State of Massachusetts requires that your system be inspected under “normal use conditions” for a minimum of 2 weeks or more. If your system needs pumping during this period, we can arrange to have it done for you while the components of your system are exposed.

Will my landscaping be affected by the inspection?

The SPS team is very respectful to the landscaping of your home or property. In order to minimize the amount of physical work required to perform your inspection, we use state-of-the-art locating equipment that helps us to locate your system components within a 4-inch radius. We also use a specialized “sewer cam” to let us inspect your pipes without having to dig them up. Any sod that needs to be removed is cut carefully and laid on tarps so it can be neatly replaced when your inspection is complete.

Visit www.septicpreservation.com for all your questions or call 877-378-4279.  We are happy to talk to you and put your fears to rest.