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Septic Preservation Services Helps the Community and Veterans

      Septic Preservation Services Septic Preservation Services, its owners, and all team members appreciate being part of our community. If you are a veteran and need assistance with a septic inspection, septic repair, or installation of a new septic we would like to help.  Please call us at 877-378-4279 with all your questions or visit us at

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Septic Preservation Services Looking for New Team Member

       Septic Preservation Services Septic Preservation Services is looking to hire another new team member to conduct septic repairs and septic installations. This new team member will be based out of our Norton office and serve the surrounding area including Mansfield, Taunton, Raynham, Attleboro, Sharon, Foxboro, Easton, Seekonk, Rehoboth, and North Attleboro.

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Septic Preservation Services Has New Team Member

        Septic Preservation Services Septic Preservation Services has hired a new team member, Alec.  He has joined our team to perform septic inspections and small repairs. Throughout the first part of his training Alec will be trained to perform Title 5 septic inspections, RI septic inspections, functional inspections, and first maintenance inspections. He will be training with our professional licensed title 5 septic inspectors throughout southeastern MA and RI. Whether you’re in Rochester, Taunton, Norton, Plainville, Attleboro, MArion, Middleboro, Portsmouth, or Seekonk please welcome Alec to our team of septic inspectors.

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Water is Key to Protecting Your Investment

All Clear SepticWater is one of the most important things to us here on Planet Earth. Not only does it support life in many forms, but it is also instrumental to our environment in a number of distinct ways. However, when it comes to the proper care of your septic system, water can quickly become the enemy if you don’t understand the role it plays in proper sewage treatment. Excessive water can cause your septic system to fail.

How It Works

A typical septic system has three primary parts, which include the septic tank, the drainfield and the soil. The purpose of the tank is to separate the solid waste from the wastewater, store that waste and then partially decompose it as much as possible. The liquid wastewater, which comes from your laundry, kitchen, bath and toilet, flows into the tank and can stay there for as long as 24-hours before passing on into the drainfield.

This 24-hour time period, which is known as “retention” time, is necessary to allow the solids to properly separate from the liquids in a “sludge” layer and allow lighter particles to float to the top in a “scum” layer. This process works to prevent the drainfield from becoming clogged.

However, if too much water flows into the system from excessive use, the soil under the septic system will not be able absorb all of the water that is used in the home and the rush of wastewater won’t provide enough retention time for the sludge and scum layers to separate. Water conservation is key to prevent the risk of this type of system failure.

Septic System Water Conservation

Getting your family to reduce the amount of water used might sound like a daunting task, but with a little bit of education, preventative maintenance, the installation of a few basic tools and determination on your part, it will all soon become second nature.

Step One – Fix ALL leaks in your home immediately: a slow-dripping faucet can waste as much as 70 gallons of water per year.

Tip: Check for a toilet leak by adding a few drops of food coloring to the tank. Watch to see if the color appears in the bowl. Leaky toilets can waste over 50 gallons of water a day!

Step Two – Install water-saving shower heads, taps and toilets, which can save as much as 12 gallons, 5 gallons and up to 25 gallons respectively, per person each day.

Tip: If you can’t afford to replace your toilets, add a displacement device to your tank, which can save you between 3-25 gallons per person each day.

Step Three – Change the way you do laundry: only do a full load, which will save 20 gallons of water per load, and never use your washing machine and dishwasher at the same time.

Tip: Instead of washing 4 loads of laundry on a Saturday, try spreading out your laundry over a 2-3 day period, only doing 1 or 2 loads each day.

Step Four – Plan ahead: if you are having a party or expecting guests, reduce your water usage a few days before they arrive for adequate septic system water conservation.

Tip: Keep a pitcher of drinking water in the refrigerator to save water wasted by letting the tap run while waiting for the water to get cold.

Step Five – Divert other waste water from your septic system, such as roof drains, as well as water from hot tubs and water softeners.

Tip: Speak to your All-Clear technician about creating a drywell for your water softener system, which is required by Massachusetts law.

When Should I Call a Professional?

Odors, wet spots, standing liquid and even sewage could surface or appear in the area of your drainfield. Fixtures will drain slowly, you might hear gurgling sounds in your pipes and your plumbing could backup. If any of these conditions occur, you should call a professional septic service to address these issues before they worsen.

Professional Consultations

Call Septic Preservation Services for a professional consultation and evaluation of your current septic system. Additional features and upgrades can be added, such as effluent filters and drywells, which can enhance the performance of your septic system and keep it running effectively and efficiently. Contact us at 877-378-4279 and make sure to ask about our Preventative Maintenance Program, which is available for all types of septic systems.We are also available 24/7 in the event of emergency septic system services.

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Septic Preservation Services Helps Jacuzzi Owners

       Septic Preservation ServicesSeptic Preservation Services would like to remind our customers that large tubs and jacuzzis should have flow regulators on the outlet of the tug to limit the rate at which the water can discharge. If the water discharges too quickly solids from the septic tank can be pushed out into the leach field. If you would like more information or would like a septic inspection to see if your system has been damaged please call our office at 877-378-4279 or visit

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Septic Preservation Services Hiring a New Service Technician

         Septic Preservation Services Septic Preservation Services is looking to hire a new service technician to conduct septic inspections and services. Some of the areas this individual will serve are Topsam, Turner, Union, Waldoboro, Wells, West Bath, West Paris, Windham, Windsor, and Winslow. If you would like to be part of a professional team conducting septic inspections, septic repairs, and septic services of ATUs please call us at 877-378-4279. You can also visit our website if you have questions at

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Septic Preservation Services and Water Softeneners

    Septic Preservation Services Septic Preservation Services urges all customers with septic systems to remove the back-wash from water softeners from their septic systems. Back-wash from water softeners contains salt which is harmful to septic systems and can cause premature failure. If you have or have had a water softener connected to your septic system Septic Preservation Services can conduct a septic inspection to evaluate if your system has been damaged.

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Biological Remediation

           Septic Preservation Services  Septic Preservation Services will be working with Condominium Associations in Southboro and Holliston this month to repair their septic systems utilizing biological remediation. This process allows an existing septic system to be saved rather then removed and replaced.

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Septic Preservation Services Aims to Keep Members Safe

Septic Preservation Services8/12/16 Septic Preservation Services is improving its effort to keep our team members safe while conducting septic inspections and septic installations. All team members will now be required to attend an OSHA 30 class. If you are looking for a septic inspector or septic installer be sure to hire a safe professional.

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Septic Preservation Expanding its Services in Maine

Septic Preservation Services8/11/16 Septic Preservation Services is expanding its services in Maine. For over 30 years Septic Preservation services has been performing inspections. As of this month we will have 11 trained septic inspectors. Our trained professionals conduct professional septic inspections using the latest technologies available including video equipment and electronic locators. Our expanded team will be conducting services and septic inspections in Northport, North Berwick, North Yarmouth, Oakland, Old Orchard Beach, Owls Head, Palmero, Peaks Island, Poland, Portland, and Raymond over the upcoming week. If you have any questions about septic inspections please ask one of our licensed septic inspectors.

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