Is the grass actually greener on the other side?

The grass always being greener may sound like a good thing. Unfortunately, this saying isn’t always true in the case for septic system owners. In fact, the color of your lawn can give you an indication as to whether there is something wrong with your septic system’s health! Bright green grass in your yard might indicate a leak or early failure occurring and it needs attention soon.

Septic systems are the most expensive and most important appliance in your home. They help to break down and decompose wastewater so that it can be safely discharged into the environment. However, when there is a clog or a leak in the leach lines, the excess moisture saturates the ground which naturally turns the grass green. This may look visually pleasing but not maintaining your septic system will cause all sorts of problems for your home and family. That is why we recommend getting Septic Maxx septic treatments so that you don’t have to pay thousands of dollars out of pocket! 

Our End of April special will have you protecting your septic and your home at a cost that is less than $5 dollars a month!! Click here to ACT NOW and take advantage this limited time offer for Septic Maxx’s Septic Treatment.  Cleans all the way to your drain field, leach, and lateral lines. 

Check out these links and other Septic Maxx Blog Posts and start saving money and time on your home maintenance care.

Check out these links and other Septic Maxx Blog Posts and start saving money and time on your home maintenance care!

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