Sauer Septic Blog
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When it comes to your septic system, you want as much information as possible about how to keep it in good shape now and moving forward. Here at Sauer Septic, we want you to turn to us for all things septic, and this is why we regularly update our blog with more information about our services, tips, tricks, and more. Check back regularly to see what's new and as always, give us a call if you have any questions! As your septic services provider, we're always more than happy to hear from you.
There are many responsibilities that come with owning a property and one of these responsibilities is taking care of your septic system. While watching what goes down the drain and scheduling regular maintenance is good, there’s something else that you should consider, and that is septic tank... Read More
For those who are unsure of what a drain field is, it is the final step in the septic waste elimination process. The drain field is a series of pipes in the ground where the treated liquid is released to offer further nourishment – it essentially turns your waste into nutrients for the soil.... Read More
When investigating a possible new home to move in to, you want to inspect everything to make sure it’s stable and in full working condition. Septic tanks are no exception to this rule. Buying a new home can turn into a horrible experience if after purchasing your home, you find that the septic... Read More
The septic tank – the wonderful, glorious place where all waste begins after exiting your home. Solids sink to the bottom, effluent, a clear liquid, stays in the middle, and greases and oils float to the top. Where does all this waste go? This is the beauty of a septic tank – its function is to... Read More
“Septic tanks” are two words that refer to an object rarely considered glamorous by any standard. Due to their functionality and purpose in the grand scheme of things involved with indoor plumbing, it’s vital that you have a running septic tank with top performance. After all, waste has to go... Read More
If you have a septic system, when you flush a toilet or rinse something down the drain in your home, the liquid and solid waste moves through the pipes and into the septic tank, a concrete box buried beneath the ground on your property. Within the tank, clear liquid moves to the top while solid... Read More