3 Things To Understand About Renting Out Toilets For Your Construction Job Site

If you have a construction job site that you are responsible for setting up, you need to make sure that you provide toilets for the workers at the site. Here are a few things you need to understand about construction site portable toilet rentals: #1 Rental Terms Are Longer The rental term for construction site toilets is longer than it is for special event rentals. Generally, if you rent out toilets for a construction site, the company will require you to rent out the toilets for at least a month. Read More 

What Can Happen If You Put Off That Septic Tank Pumping Service

If you have a septic tank on your property, then it is wise to schedule a cleaning or pumping at least every two years or more. While you can sometimes wait depending on the size of the tank and the number of family members in your home, this is not always wise. Keep reading to learn why this is the case and to find out about some things that can happen if you wait to have your septic tank pumped out. Read More 

3 Things You May Not Have Known About Your Septic Tank

If you have a septic tank, you should known as much as possible about how to operate it effectively and keep it safe. Here are a few things that many people don't know about septic system usage and maintenance. #1 Chemicals Hurt Your Septic Tank Any chemicals that go into your septic tank can actually harm it. The chemicals you use to clean your sink, toilet and shower can actually harm your septic tank, as can any chemicals that you specifically add to your septic tank to take care of it. Read More 

Three Septic Tank Care Strategies You Need To Get The Whole Family On Board With

Your family's septic system can be a great, highly reliable way to deal with sewage if you don't have a city sewer hookup. However, if you don't want to have to pump your tank three times as often as normal, you'll need to take good care of it. Most septic system care consists of simply common-sense tactics, but if your family is used to living in the city, they may not always realize that what they're used to isn't good for the system you're currently on. Read More 

Caring For Your Septic System

Homeowners give thought to having their chimney cleaned to avoid a fire. They give thought to having an annual furnace checkup and new filters put in to make sure it is running efficiently. They winterize their home to save money. But oftentimes, what could arguably be their most important utility goes unchecked- their septic system. It's likely an out-of-sight, out-of-mind matter, but this can be a dangerous habit to fall into. Read More