Down to Earth Construction Services knows we are lucky that Storm Indra is likely to be only gifting New England with rain but snow will be on its way here next month, if not before, and we have to be prepared for that. Luckily the septic industry does not stop in snow or rain and we can still proceed with most of our services for our customers. As long as we can get access to the septic system and if we are digging the ground isn’t frozen solid we can still provide septic assistance to our customers. Today we have septic services scheduled for customers in Acushnet, Lakeville, Carver, Middleboro and Bridgewater MA. Septic services are an ideal way for property owners to be totally confident that their septic system maintenance is being done without have to concern themselves about it. We will maintain, check and monitor your septic system and notify you if we find anything that may be a problem in the future which can prevent small septic problems becoming large and expensive septic failures. We provide preventive maintenance services to both commercial and residential customers all over Massachusetts. If you would be interested in a septic service or if you have any questions please do contact our Norton office on 508-622-5759 or visit Down to Earth Construction Services
Winter is here to stay. Winter can cause some strain on your septic system. With winter, comes snow. Snow is actually a good insulator to keep your system from freezing. Make sure you don’t drive over your septic system. This is especially true in winter. Driving over your septic system can compact the snow and drive it deeper into the ground.
Normal use keeps your septic system from freezing. Beware if you own a vacation or summer house. With sporadic use or no use throughout the winter, there is a possibility of freezing. Sporadic use can help keep this from happening.
Regular use and common sense can keep your septic system running smoothly throughout the winter. Check for leaks in the plumbing so unnecessary water is not saturating the system. Be careful of food products going down the drain as well as bleach and toxic cleaners. Use single ply toilet paper and try not to overload the paper products in the toilets.
When spring thaw hits. try to limit your water usage not to overload the system. Space out your loads of wash and dishwasher cycles. Cut back on showers and long, hot tubs. This will help the melting snow not overload your system.
Septic Preservation Services has a great maintenance program to keep your septic system running smoothly. Call them with all your septic questions. They can find a solution to any of your problems and answer all your questions.
You can reach them at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com