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Central Florida Residents; Don’t Make These Septic Tank Mistakes! 

If your home or business in Central Florida has a septic tank, you want to ensure proper maintenance is performed to avoid costly repairs. The fact is, the better you maintain the septic system, the longer it will last.  It Is Important Not To Make These Septic Mistakes Flushing Things That Shouldn’t Be Flushed  Nothing other than toilet paper and waste should be flushed down the toilet! Though there are many products that claim to be safe for flushing, even if you have a septic system, such as wipes and chemical cleaners, they can cause serious problems. They don’t break down in the septic tank and they can easily get stuck on filters.  Doing Several Loads Of Laundry In One Day  The washing machine uses several gallons of water, doing many loads one after the other can put significant stress on your septic system. To avoid problems, spread the loads of [...]

January 26th, 2020|

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