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3 Tips for Septic Tank Care

Septic tank care and management is an important topic of discussion for any home. A septic system is a major system in the home and can have many major repercussions if it is not properly cared for. Fixing or replacing a damaged or failed septic system can be very costly, and can result in waste…

What You Need to Know: Low-Flow Toilets

Considering that water from your toilet accounts for a large portion of the daily water usage in your home, it makes sense that you would want to cut down on utility bills and save water in your bathroom at the same time. As a result of this industry professionals introduced the low flow toilet, design…

Septic System Do’s and Don’ts

When it comes to septic system care and maintenance, there are a lot of things you can do that can either help or hurt your septic tank. In order to prevent septic system malfunction which can lead to blockage, sewage backup, and costly repairs, you should implement the best care tips when dealing with the…

6 Things That are Clogging Your Drains

Discovering that your home drain has become clogged can be a frustrating and challenging experience. When you begin noticing symptoms of a clogged drain, such as lack of water flow due to a blockage or slow water output, it’s important to act fast to prevent further blockage and potential costly damages. Since each clog requires…

Septic System Dangers: Grease Buildup

You can easily doom your septic system to failure by pouring grease and fat into it. Most residential septic tanks are designed to hold common sewage and household waste. The efficiency of a residential septic system depend on variants such as the number of persons in a household, quantity of water used, and the substances…

How to Treat Roots in Your Septic System (Part 2)

Potential Complications: In some situations where your septic tank system has failed, you may have to replace old sewage lines to make sure that there are not cracks or access points for roots to reenter your septic tank. This will prevent future blockages by trees attempting to enter your tank through open access joints. This…

How to Treat Roots in Your Septic System (Part 1)

Spring brings green growth, expanding roots, and other vegetation that may get into your septic tank and cause problems. While the outside environment of your lawn may not seem like a threat to your septic system, the roots of trees can infiltrate your septic tank leading to damage and costly repair. With this guide, you…

Welcome to Maxx’s Blog

Welcome to Maxx’s Blog Do you have a question for Maxx? This is your convenient forum for questions, comments, feedback or other information that you would like to share with your fellow Septic Maxx customers as well as our team members. Thank you for taking the time to become part of our community of homeowners…
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