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Septic Preservation Services Hires a Team Support Specialist

           Septic Preservation Services Septic Preservation Services has recently hired a Team Support Specialist. This individual is highly trained to perform septic system services, septic inspections, septic repairs, and installations of new septic systems. This well trained septic specialist will work to support our professional staff throughout southeastern Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. No matter if you are in Wareham, Plymouth, Hingham, Halifax, Rochester, Middleboro, Norton, Easton, Franklin, Plainville ,Acton, Stow, and Southboro, we are here to meet your septic needs.

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

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Septic Preservation Services Hires a Title 5 Inspector

          Septic Preservation Services     Septic Preservation Services has hired a title 5 septic inspector to assist our customers in Dartmouth, Westport, Fall River, Rochester, Wayland, Wareham, Seekonk, and Swansea. It is important to us that our septic inspections be performed promptly and professionally. Our title 5 septic inspectors are trained that customer service is very important.

Please call me with any questions at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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New Service Technician at Septic Preservation Services

          Septic Preservation Services Septic Preservation Services will be training a new service technician this week at locations in Norton, Attleboro, Holliston, Southboro, Rochester, and Dartmouth. This training will include title 5 septic inspections and servicing of advanced treatment units.

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

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Septic Systems and Water Softeners

          Septic Preservation Services  Septic Preservation Services would like to help educate homeowners about water softeners. Water filters of this type utilize salt to back flush contaminants from the filter. This salt if discharged to your septic system can contribute to premature failure.  If you have questions or concerns about your septic system no matter if in Rochester, Dennis, Plainville, Attleboro, or Swansea call our office at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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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.

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

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Septic Preservation Services Hires New Technician

       Septic Preservation Services  Septic Preservation Services has hired a new Service Technician to support all aspects of our business and provide better customer service. Alec Figueirdo from Tiverton Ri will be training for 4 weeks on conducting title 5 septic inspections. His second phase of training will be on the service of advanced treatment units. Alec will primarily be trained in the area including Westport, Marion, Lakeville, Norton, Mansfield, Rochester, Mattapoisett, and Raynham. If you see Alec please welcome him.  The services provided in this area are septic pumping, title 5 septic inspections, drain cleaning, emergency services, minor septic repairs, engineering, septic designs, septic installations, and operation of advanced treatment systems. Please call us with all your septic questions at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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Septic Preservation Services Adds Calendar to Website

Septic Preservation Services Septic Preservation Services is launching a new tool for our customers. We have added a calendar of events to our website. This calendar will be available to all customers and show what services will be provided on any given day. For example it may state title 5 septic inspections in Rochester, Lakeville, Norton and Mansfield or it may show Septic system repair in Swansea. This tool is intended to help our customers know when their system will be serviced.

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How Often to Pump Out Your Septic System in Southcoast MA

Septic Pumping TruckMost homeowners don’t think about their septic systems each and every day. Plumbing and sewage are those types of things that tend to be out of sight and out of mind for most people. The only time we really think about them is when there’s a problem: a drain that won’t go down, a toilet that won’t flush, a septic system that suddenly smells.

When a septic system emergency occurs, most homeowners think that they need to simply get the tank pumped so they call out the local septic system pumping company. In reality, septic system maintenance should be something that happens on a regular basis, not just as a band-aid or a quick fix when something goes wrong. Another thing that many homeowners don’t realize is that there are some services that will be more than happy to charge a couple hundred dollars or so to pump your system – even if you don’t need it.

How Often Should Your Septic System Get Pumped?

Your system should be checked by a licensed septic and wastewater technician who can help you to overcome any small issues and concerns before they become big, costly problems. Local services, such as Septic Preservation Services  in the Southcoast Massachusetts area, offer year-round maintenance programs designed to save you money and help you protect your investment.

Depending on the size of your tank, the “health” of your system and the number of people living in your home, required septic tank pumping should be approximately every two to three years. This may surprise homeowners who are paying for pumping services on a more frequent basis or, for that matter, for homeowners who just ignore their system completely until they have a septic system emergency on their hands.

According to data from the EPA, your tank should be pumped when the bottom of the floating layer of scum gets to within six inches of the outlet or if the sunken sludge layer is within twelve inches of the outlet. Getting regular check-ups by an experienced, professional septic system repair company – not just a pumping service – can help you know when you need to get your tank pumped or if your system needs a different type of service. At bare minimum, annual inspections by a qualified septic system service provider will help you keep tabs on your system.

Making a Small Problem Worse

Some homeowners may tell you that you can use commercial products to increase the amount of time between required septic tank pumping. The products they are talking about contain chemicals that are designed to aid in the break down of the sludge within the tank. Your septic system already has tons of naturally-occurring microbes working within your drain field and in your tank to help break down solid wastes and purify wastewater.

Unfortunately, some of these products can throw off the delicate ecosystem that has developed within your tank and disrupt the ability of the enzymes to break waste down. The EPA even strongly recommends that homeowners do not substitute these chemical products for regular maintenance through a preventative maintenance program, inspections and pumping, when required.

Why is Pumping Necessary?

You might be thinking that if all those enzymes are doing such a great job, why should an efficiently-running septic system ever need to be pumped in the first place? While the natural process of the system is the best way to break down sewage waste from your home, eventually the tank will need to be pumped to remove excess solids. Again, depending on your usage and size of the system itself, this needs to happen approximately once every two to three years, as needed.

If your tank needs to be pumped and isn’t, the entire septic system can overflow. Septic overflow of wastewater can often lead back to the source, pumping sewage back up through toilets and drains throughout the home. A failed septic system can also lead to a flooding of your drain field, which doesn’t just mean a stinky. flooded yard, but could also mean wastewater seeping into nearby creeks and rivers, tainting the local groundwater.

Once this happens, the waste from your failed septic system can contaminate the local drinking water that is used by your family and your neighbors. Once this waste enters the local water supply, harmful bacteria and other diseases are likely to spread, such as E.Coli or even hepatitis. This is why it is so important to contract a professional service company for a preventative maintenance program and inspections, and why you will ultimately need to plan on having your septic system pumped every two to three years.

Sign Up for Septic System Preventative Maintenance Program Today

For homeowners living in the Southcoast region such as Barnstable, Brockton, Monponsett, Attleboro, Nonquitt, Rochester and even customers located in Rhode Island, Septic Preservation Services is your best bet for professional septic system maintenance services and inspections. Certified to conduct Title V Inspections in Massachusetts and Rhode Island Town Inspections in the State of Rhode Island,  SPS can help you stay on top of your septic system and ensure that it continues to work effectively and efficiently for years to come. Call Septic Preservation Services  at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com for more information about our Preventative Maintenance Program, septic repair, rejuvenation, inspections, assessments and other available services.

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Septic Preservation Services Looking for New Team Member

        Septic Preservation Services   5/26/16 Septic Preservation Services is looking for a new team member to expand our team. This team member will perform title 5 septic inspections, septic repairs, septic installations, and routine septic services throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island. While based in Norton we do service customers in Dennis, Plymouth, Rochester, Dartmouth, Seekonk, Swansea, Attleboro, Raynham, Taunton, Halifax, Marshfield, Franklin, Charlestown, Chepachet, Cranston, Smithfield, Jamestown, and all other towns throughout this region.  Call us at 877-378-4279 or visit www.septicpreservation.com

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