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Septic Preservation Services' Safety Meeting

Septic Preservation Services Septic Preservation Services are having a Safety Meeting today in our offices in Norton MA.  We have staff from Sharon, Norton, Attleboro, MA and Cranston and Tiverton, RI attending the meeting. We want to ensure the safety of both our staff and customers, so we regularly hold these meetings to check that standards and procedures are met and followed. We also provide training for staff on job tasks. When we are conducting services including Title 5 Inspections, Septic Functional Inspections, Septic First Maintenance Inspections, Septic Cleaning and Septic Installations, we want to be confident that our staff are safe and following best practices and that our customers are safe and confident in our work also. If you have any questions please do contact our offices at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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Down to Earth Construction Services Schedules Title 5 Inspections

Down to EarthDown to Earth Construction Services have Septic Inspections scheduled today in Attleboro, Taunton and Seekonk MA. If you are in the process of moving to a new home and require a Septic Inspection, please contact our offices. We will be able to arrange an appointment that is fast, professional and convenient to your schedule.

Call us at 508-622-5759 or visit www.downtoearthconst.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

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Septic Preservation Services Values Realtor Referrals

          Septic Preservation Services  Septic Preservation Services is consistently referred by realtors in Attleboro, Norton, Plainville, North Attleboro, Mansfield, Foxboro, Wrentham, Franklin and surrounding towns as a premier provider of Title 5 Septic Inspections to home buyers and sellers. If you require a Title 5 Septic Inspection or would like more information please call our office at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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Septic Preservation Services Visits Local Towns

            Septic Preservation Services  Septic Preservation Services conducted fall services in Norton, Mansfield, Attleboro, Lakeville, and Raynham last week.   Septic Preservation Services will be conducting septic system services in Lakeville, Halifax, Hanover, Hanson, Wareham, and Plymouth this week. Our septic inspectors will be completing septic inspections in Dartmouth, Lakeville, Middleboro, Attleboro, Swansea, Mansfield, Franklin, and Acton this week.

You can reach us at 877-378-4279 for all your septic needs or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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Septic Preservation Services Conducting Interviews

     Septic Preservation Services          Septic Preservation Services is conducting interviews for septic inspections, septic repairs, and septic installations. If you live in the area including but not limited to Bolton, Holliston, Franklin, Hudson, Berlin, Plainville, Mansfield, Norton, Attleboro, Lakeville, and Rehoboth please call our office to set up an interview at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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Septic Preservation Services Hires a New Service Technician

             Septic Preservation Services  Septic Preservation Services is pleased to announce the hiring of a new service technician. John Figueirdo from Tiverton, RI joined Septic Preservation Services earlier this month to assist us with improving our customer service. John will be trained to perform septic inspections, septic repairs, and septic installations. As with all of our service technicians, he will be serving our customers in Dennis, Acton, Southboro, Middleboro, Portsmouth, Westerly, Kingstown, Stow, Mansfield, Norton, Attleboro, as well as the rest of New England. Please help us in welcoming John.

Don’t hesitate to call Septic Preservation Services with all your septic questions at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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Septic Preservation Services in Massachusetts Towns This Week

          Septic Preservation Services Septic Preservation Services is performing services this week in Norton, Attleboro, Rehoboth, Seekonk, Swansea, Mansfield, Lakeville, Rochester, Marion, and Westport. During these services Septic Preservation Services will pump septic tanks, clean septic systems, inspect septic systems, complete septic system repairs, and provide superior septic services to our valued customers.

Call us at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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Septic Preservation Services Assists with On Site Septic Needs

          Septic Preservation Services Septic Preservation Services can assist you with all of your on site septic needs. No matter if you are in Falmouth, Dennis, Rochester, Marion, Seekonk, Attleboro, Norton, Mansfield, or Rehoboth our professional staff can assist you with all your septic needs. If you need a septic inspection, septic repair, e one pump problem, or septic installation call Septic Preservation Services today.

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

history of the septic system

The History of the Septic System

Homeowners who have septic systems in Sagamore or anywhere else in the United States, owe a debt of gratitude to John Mouras. Mouras is believed to be the inventor of the modern septic tank system.

The history of the septic system begins on or around the year 1860 in France. Mouras designed a basic septic tank and created a prototype that was made out of concrete. He created piping that was made out of clay, which he then used to remove water waste from his home out to the septic tank that he placed in his yard.

Mouras then dismantled the unit some ten years later and was amazed to discover that the tank he had created was virtually empty of any solid waste and only contained a layer of liquid effluent scum. He was so impressed with the results that he submitted an application to patent his invention. He was granted a patent in the year 1881. By 1883, the septic tank began to appear throughout the United States.

Simple, Genius Construction
The standard septic tank typically holds anywhere between 1,000 to 2,000 gallons of waste and waste water. There are usually two to three openings available for inspection, one inlet opening that comes from the house or building, and an outlet that goes to the distribution box.

Not all septic systems have distribution boxes, however the ones that do use it as a junction between the septic tank and the drainfield. Distribution boxes help to evenly distribute the effluent material to the drainfield for the final stage of processing.

Inside the septic system there are three layers of waste: the top scum layer, the bottom sludge layer and the liquid layer that lies in between. The liquid layer is also known as the effluent layer. Systems that are not properly maintained will be impacted by the effluent layer, which is what seeps through the top of the drainfield or back into the home or building during failure.

The Drainfield
The modern drainfield is based on Mouras’ original design and is usually made up of 4 inch perforated pipe that runs anywhere between 10′ to 100 feet or more in length from the distribution box or septic tank. This perforated pipe is buried underneath the soil anywhere between two and six feet beneath the surface.

The pipe is layered in gravel that is typically made of 1 1/2″ to 1 3/4″ stone. The waste water travels through the perforated pipe and is then absorbed into the drainfield for a final filtering process.

Septic System Maintenance in Massachusetts
It is important for homeowners and business owners that rely upon a septic system to know about proper septic system maintenance in Massachusetts, or wherever you happen to live. The amount of maintenance required for your particular set-up will depend greatly upon your usage of the system and the condition of the equipment itself.

A septic tank system is designed to effectively accommodate the number of people that live in the home or regularly work in a commercial or industrial building.    Proper preventative maintenance, which includes annual check-ups by a certified technician, should also be done to prevent problems or issues that can arise.

Homeowners with septic systems  in Southeastern Massachusetts, Eastern Rhode Island or anywhere in the United States who neglect proper system maintenance could experience dangerous levels of sludge which prevent proper separation of solids, liquid and scum. When this occurs, overflow can migrate into the drainfield and cause thousands of dollars in damage and repairs.

Professional septic system maintenance in Massachusetts involves regular check-ups to ensure the proper break down of solids through the septic tank system to ensure a safe and healthy process. The volume of waste water flow in your system is determined by the type of household activities, such as washing dishes, doing laundry and taking showers, as well as the frequency of those activities.   Water conservation is very important  to limit the strain on your systemv and help keep it  in good working condition.

Get Started Today
Homeowners and commercial customers can get started on preventative septic system maintenance in Massachusetts, eastern Rhode Island or out on the Cape, just by calling Septic Preservation Servies. Located in Norton.  Septic Preservation Services services customers all over Massachusetts. Contact them today for information on preventative services, repairs, inspections and other septic system related services.   You can reach them at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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