The longevity of your septic system depends largely on making sure your family isn’t flushing things down the toilet they shouldn’t be, such as cigarette butts and sanitary products. But in addition to making sure everyone abides by the “what not to flush” list, you can also choose to help your septic system by using environmentally-friendly cleaning products. Here are three ideas for green cleaning products that will keep your home spotless while still keeping the bacteria in your septic system healthy and active.…Read More »
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Have you recently purchased your first home? Are you now wondering about the septic tank that your home is using instead of being hooked up to a city sewer system? Septic tanks are a fairly reliable way to dispose of your home’s wastewater. But septic tanks are not mostly maintenance free, unlike the sewer system that you may be used to. In order to care for your septic system, here are some things that you should keep in mind:…Read More »
Asphalt is a mixture which consists of bitumen, sand, and aggregate. It’s commonly used for roads, driveways, and footpaths in both residential and commercial environments. If you have an asphalt surface in or around your home, you may have noticed cracks or potholes developing on the surface. There are four asphalt patching techniques which are commonly utilized to fill cracks, pot-holes, or other damage to pavement. Technique One The “throw and roll”…Read More »