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Do I Have A Septic System Problem?

Do I Have A Septic System Problem?There is no good time for you to experience a problem with your septic system, but if there is a worst time, it would have to be during the holidays or any other time when you expect to have people over to visit and celebrate. Like many things in life, such as our personal health, problems can sneak up on us and form gradually. That is true of septic system problems too. Custom Septic can help you avoid septic system problems by reminding you of the signs of an impending problem. We have, as they say, a nose for these things. Give us a call today to schedule a time for us to come to your home and check your septic system out. Catching issues before they become obvious is a way better ending.

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How To Handle Septic System Emergencies

How To Handle Septic System EmergenciesNobody wants to think about it but knowing what to do in a septic emergency can mean the difference between needing a septic repair and a septic replacement. Repairs are always less expensive than replacing your whole system. Keep reading to discover the signs that your system is in distress and learn what you should do when an unfortunate disaster strikes. What are some signs of a septic emergency? Call Custom Septic to avoid these emergencies!
Flooded Septic System Drain Field
Because most septic components are buried underground, they tend to be out of sight and out of mind

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Septic Failure in MN

Septic Failure in MNAt Custom Septic, we have seen it all. We have seen everything from the unbelievably clean septic system to the nastiest, smelliest septic failure that has flooded the yard and beyond. Through our experience, training and expertise, we have specialized knowledge when it comes to septic failures. Septic systems don’t all of a sudden erupt one day like a volcano laying dormant for years. There are many different factors leading to a failed system. At Custom Septic, we want all of our customers to be educated on septic failure signs. Interested in learning what to look for? Knowing when to call our experts can save you both money and a whole lot of clean up time. And trust us…septic sytem clean-up is not for the faint of heart.

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Is my Septic System Failing?

Is my Septic System FailingSeptic system failure is something you want to avoid. Your septic system treats wastewater that exits your home from your bathrooms, laundry room and kitchen. If it is not working properly, the sewage can release bacteria, chemicals and waste into area waterways, making the water unsafe to drink and use for the local area. There are many causes for septic system failure including poor installation, overuse of water, lack of septic system maintenance and a small drainage field. If you think that your septic system is not working correctly and are concerned about a septic system failure, contact the team at Custom Septic, Inc. immediately. Our crew can quickly access your system for problems, and repair and/or correct them so that you do not have future problems.

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Septic System Maintenance Is Essential

Septic System Maintenance Is EssentialIf you have ever played Jenga, the game that is made up of stacked wooden pieces shaped a bit like waffle sticks, you know that pulling from the bottom of the stack makes the entire stack less stable. So, the best strategy for keeping the stack standing for as long as possible is to remove pieces from the top first and then work your way down when you have fewer choices. The pieces on the bottom half of the stack are closer to the surface on which they stand, and they have the combined weight of all blocks on top to give them more stability. The foundation of your home functions

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Common Signs of Septic System Failure

Common Signs of Septic System FailureThe saying, “The nose knows” might not have been created by someone in the septic system industry, but it certainly does fit. A septic system that is functioning properly goes unnoticed, and that is how it should be. A septic system that is not noticed is one that was properly installed and has been properly maintained and inspected. The chemical and mechanical dynamics of septic systems, however, mean that eventually something can fail, resulting in anything from a minor repair to a complete system replacement

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