Since we all know a plant needs soil to grow, what better soil than one that’s naturally fertilized? The space where your septic system drains can be utilized, but here are some things to consider before planting.
Since we don’t usually see what happens to our toilet contents once they’ve been flushed, it can be tempting to flush lots of things that shouldn’t be without knowing the consequences right away. Here are things that you can flush, along with some things that you should definitely avoid throwing down the toilet.
Having your sink or shower back up is not a pleasant experience. Figuring out the reason for the clog can be difficult. Since there can be many reasons why yours might be having this issue, here’s a guide to help you solve the problem.
Bleach is one of the most commonly used household cleaning products. Known for its ability to kill germs, mold, bacteria and remove stains, it can be very useful and versatile. But is it safe to put down your drains?
Even those who have septic tanks installed on their properties may not know how they function or wait regulations are relevant. While residential tanks are normally considered 'residential' there are some situations in which other regulations apply. And while these regulations differ you may be surprised by how similar the systems are in design and scale. In this article we dig in to the issues.
You are required by law to get your system checked 3 to 4 times per year. Let Texas Pride Septic Inc. help you avoid costly fines and spot issues before they become expensive problems. You can complete your legal obligation just by calling us because we will file all the necessary paperwork for you.