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When Should You Pump Your Septic Tank

Since one in five homeowners have a septic system, whether that’s a septic tank or a cesspool, it is helpful to know the basics of how a septic system works and how to maintain one.  Homeowners and business owners with a septic system should know how to identify when a septic system needs to be pumped in order to avoid public health issues.  Although pumping a septic tank is an easy task to overlook, hiring a qualified septic contractor is part of responsible home ownership.  The contractors at A & L Cesspool are available for you when the time...

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Top 5 Ways to Prevent Tree Roots From Damaging Your Plumbing System

You come home from work one day to find a large pool of water saturating your basement floor. You panic as you immediately start mentally adding up how much money this basement flood is going to cost you. How could this happen? The likely culprit: tree roots. Tree roots love sewage pipes because of the moisture and nutrients found inside. They creep towards any minuscule crack or gap in the pipeline and start to grow. Unfortunately, tree roots can considerably damage your pipes by blocking wastewater from flowing freely into the sewage system. The pipe can actually burst from...

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Key Steps To Managing Your Cesspool

While we often take our cesspool for granted, managing your cesspool is a necessary part of caring for your house or place of business.  You must maintain and pump your tank every so often to make sure your cesspool doesn’t overflow, cause slow drainage, or backup. Below, we describe for you the main steps involved in managing your cesspool and some important signs to look for that may mean trouble.     Maintaining Your Tank Tank maintenance is crucial to make sure your sewer system remains healthy and that your cesspool doesn’t overflow or malfunction. There are a few key strategies...

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