September 14-18, 2020
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is holding its annual Septic Smart Week. Allgood joins in Septic Smart Week by encouraging homeowners and communities to care for and maintain their septic systems. Learn more below…
Across the country, local environmental groups, health departments and governments face the challenges posed by improperly maintained and failing septic systems. Failure to maintain septic systems can lead to backup & overflow. Failures can lead to costly repairs, well contamination, polluted local waterways and risks to public health and environment.
Properly maintained septic systems can help the environment and save homeowners thousands of dollars.
Here’s a quick and easy guide on how to care for your septic system.
Take a look at these videos to learn more about proper care and maintenance. Learn more from the EPA and get SepticSmart.
Septic Smart week is a year-round mission for us at Allgood. Educating and explaining how septic systems work is important. Allgood’s website also has useful articles and tips to help homeowners learn about their septic system. Here’s a few of the most popular:
- Top 10 Tips for Healthy Septic System
- How does a septic system work?
- Why is the septic tank alarm going off?
Proper maintenance and care protects your investment. Call us today and schedule your septic tank pumping and start a maintenance schedule. 615-672-6969 or 615-230-9298.