Down to Earth Construction Services has Title 5 Septic Inspections scheduled today in Bellingham, Franklin, Foxboro, Wrentham, Mansfield, Uxbridge, and Blackstone, Massachusetts. We have experience working with many realtors in this region. We are regularly referred by realtors to their clients because they are happy to work with us again and are confident in our professionalism, thoroughness, and availability. If you are selling a property with a septic system and need to schedule a Title 5 Inspection, or if you have any questions, please do contact our office at 508-622-5759 or visit www.downtoearthconst.com
Down to Earth Construction Services are available if you have a septic problem. If you are unsure of the correct course of action to take, we are experienced in diagnosing septic problems and fixing them on short notice with minimum disruption. We can repair many septic failures and breakdowns. We have septic repairs scheduled in Attleboro, North Attleboro, Plainville, Rehoboth, Norton, and Dighton today. These repairs include leach field repair, septic pump repair and d-box repairs. You can reach us at 508-622-5759 or visit www.downtoearthconst.com
Down to Earth Construction Services has septic services scheduled for customers in Acushnet, Rochester, Marion, Carver, Taunton, Middleboro, and Berkley, MA today. We conduct septic services for customers on a quarterly, biannual or annual basis depending on the septic system and customer’s request. For the majority of services performed, property owners do not even need to be present. We can take the worry and maintenance of your septic system off your shoulders so you have one less thing to organize. If you need a septic service or have any questions about septic services please do contact our office at 508-622-5759 or visit www.downtoearthconst.com
Down to Earth Construction has septic repairs scheduled today in Uxbridge, Blackstone, Bellingham, Upton, Holliston, and Franklin, MA. We have experience working with many types of septic systems and can therefore diagnose and fix many septic problems. Today the septic repairs include a leach field issue, a drainfield repair, septic pump repair and D-Box fix. If you are concerned that you septic system needs a repair or is not operating correctly, please do contact our office. Signs of a problem can include blocked or slow running drains and toilets, sewage smells in your property, puddling on your leach field, or a very green and lush drainfield in comparison to the rest of your grass. If you have any questions or wish to make an appointment please do contact our office at 508-622-5759 or visit www.downtoearthconst.com
Down to Earth Construction Services have extensive experience working with different types of septic systems. We have the equipment and knowledge to repair and service septic systems with a variety of septic problems, whether they are small fixes or require extensive excavation, engineering and replacement. We have an appointment today for a customer with a leach field problem in Norton, MA. This may have been caused by the age of the field, compacting of the drain field by cars or even livestock, too much water run off or too much water usage. The customer had noticed that they had a consistent puddling on top of their leach field and the field itself was unusually green and lush compared to the surrounding yard. We will be able to repair this leach field after inspection of the issue. We also have other septic repairs scheduled in Attleboro, Plainville, Lakeville and Stoughton, MA. If you are concerned that you may need a septic repair or have questions about your septic system please do contact our office at 508-622-5759 or visit www.downtoearthconst.com
Down to Earth Construction Services have septic system repairs, including septic pump repairs and drainfield repairs scheduled today in Dighton, Seekonk, Rehoboth, Raynham, Swansea, Berkley and Taunton, MA. Our technicians can quickly diagnose your septic problem and repair your septic system because we have the experience and tools to recognize and fix many different problems. We can also suggest courses of action that may prevent these repairs from being necessary again in the future.
If a septic system is not used correctly, repairs and sometimes septic system failures can happen and often some simple changes can avoid this. Property owners need to be aware of all the liquids and solids that are introduced into their septic system. Some of these are obviously not a good idea including clothing, toys, diapers and household objects such as scouring pads. However, some may be slightly less obvious including oils, fats and grease, ‘flushable’ wipes, sanitary items, some cleaning products. Be careful of what you introduce to your septic system and you may avoid some costly septic system repairs, but if you do need an appointmen,t please do contact our office. It is always inadvisable to wait to have a septic problem looked at, and we can schedule appointments on short notice. Call us at 508-622-5759 or visit www.downtoearthconst.com
A septic system that has been designed, built and maintained properly will effectively and efficiently reduce or eliminate most of the waste, health and environmental threats that can come as a result of household wastewater. However, despite a good design and quality workmanship, septic system care should include participation in a preventative maintenance program.
Regular maintenance is important to prevent septic system failure, which can be dangerous and costly to repair. Your septic system needs to be monitored by a professional inspector and service company to ensure that it is performing adequately for the number of persons living in your home and the amount of daily use.
Make sure to speak with a trusted septic service professional before making any changes to your system or usage patterns to ensure that you are working within the parameters of your system’s design and capabilities.
Proper septic system care will save you money in the long run. A septic system that has failed will be very expensive to repair or replace and unfortunately, poor maintenance and care is usually the reason why most systems fail.
Signing up for a preventative maintenance program, such as the one offered by Septic Preservation Services is worth the cost associated with the service when you think about how much it would cost to replace the entire system after a failure. Your septic service professional will inspect and monitor your residential septic system to ensure that is in good working order.
Pumping should occur approximately every three to five years. Your preventative maintenance program serviceman will let you know when your system needs to be pumped and will give you tips on how to properly maintain your septic system in the mean time.
Pumping will depend on the quality of your septic system, the number of people living in your home and the size of your tank and drainfield. A system that has failed can considerably lower your property value and could become a health and legal liability.
The health and welfare of you, your family, your guests, your neighbors and everyone in your community depends on your ability to maintain septic system care. Because your septic system does the dirty job of processing and eliminating human waste from your home, improper maintenance can cause a lot of unhealthy problems.
A well-running septic system will work to prevent the spread of disease and infection. Regular septic system maintenance will ensure that the dangerous pathogens from your wastewater doesn’t reach the local groundwater supply. Other dangerous things that can be found in household wastewater include phosphorus, nitrogen and disease-causing bacteria.
Studies show that 25% of all homes in the United States use a septic system. Approximately 4 billion gallons of wastewater is dispersed below the surface each and every day. Septic systems that aren’t effectively treating the sewage in the drainfield can become a health hazard and a threat to drinking water, contaminating wells and surface waters. This can pose a threat of infection and disease not just to humans, but also to animals living in the area.
Surface waters, such as rivers, lakes and ponds, that become contaminated by improperly treated sewage can cause a variety of infectious diseases. Eye and ear infections are common, as are acute gastrointestinal illnesses. Diseases like hepatitis can also be spread throughout communities and to recreational water users and swimmers in this manner.
Now that we know why you should maintain your septic system, it’s time to talk about how to get the job done. We have already talked about getting in touch with your septic service provider to find out about a preventative maintenance program. Remember, Septic Preservation Services services customers all throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Maine. Their highly trained and experienced staff can help you with septic system care all over the South Coast region.
You should also take the time to learn all you can about proper use of your septic system, how much water you should be using, ways to reduce the amount of water you put into your septic tank each day, things you should never flush down the toilet and other helpful tips. Your septic system service provider can help get you started with a clean and functional system and can help you develop good habits that will keep your system running effectively and efficiently.
Please call Septic Preservation Services at 877-378-4279 with all your septic questions and to set up a maintenance program. Visit www.septicpreservation.com for more information.
Down to Earth Construction Services are installing a septic pump and septic alarm for a customer in Uxbridge, MA. A septic pump moves wastewater from a septic pump tank to a drainfield, and septic systems with these pumps should also have a septic alarm. The septic alarm will usually go off if wastewater is not being pumped to the drainfield as it should be. It will signal if water has risen to an irregular level indicating a septic problem. Down to Earth Construction Services has, in stock, many septic pumps with septic alarms, so if you need to have your pump replaced or if you need a septic alarm, we can install one on short notice. We have installed septic pumps and septic pump alarms for customs recently in Berlin, Holliston, Carver, Oxford, Clinton, Marion and Marshfield, MA. If you need a septic pump or septic pump and septic alarm repair or installation, please do contact our office to schedule an appointment at 508-622-5759 or visit www.downtoearthconst.com
Down to Earth Construction Services has Septic Repairs scheduled for customers in North Attleboro, East Bridgewater, Raynham, West Bridgewater, Norton, Plainville and Attleboro, MA. For one customer we are replacing the D-Box or Septic Distribution Box. The D-Box or Distribution Box regulates the dispersion of treated effluent. If it is clogged, titled, or operating incorrectly you will need to have it repaired because it will result in septic problems. Down to Earth Construction Services have extensive experience replacing and repairing D-Boxes so if you think you need a septic repair or replacement of your distribution box or if you have any questions, please do contact our office at 508-622-5759 or visit www.downtoearthconst.com
Down to Earth Construction Services has cesspool services and a cesspool replacement scheduled today in Stoughton, Bridgewater, Canton, Taunton, Berkley and Carver, MA. As written on the Massachusetts Official Website of the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs:
“A cesspool is a pit which acts as both a settling chamber for solids and a leaching system for liquids. The use of cesspools may overload the capacity of the soil to remove bacteria, viruses, and phosphorus, and to nitrify ammonia and organic nitrogen compounds. A conventional septic system has a tank where solids can settle and begin to degrade, a distribution box, and a soil absorption system (SAS) that further treats the effluent by removing some of the bacteria, viruses, phosphorus, and nitrogen.”
To sell a property you need a Title 5 Inspection to be done. Title 5 does not require that cesspools be replaced however as stated on the Massachusetts Official Website of the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs:
“cesspools that exhibit signs of hydraulic failure, are located extremely close to private or public water supplies, or otherwise fail to protect or pose a threat to public health, safety or the environment will need to be upgraded (310 CMR 15.303). Also, cesspools must be upgraded prior to an increase in design flow (e.g., the addition of a bedroom to a home or seats to a restaurant”.
We are replacing a cesspool for a customer because it has hydraulic failure. If you are concerned that your cesspool needs replacing or you require a cesspool service please do contact our office at 508-622-5759 or visit www.downtoearthconst.com