Category: Septic Tanks

Keep Your Septic System Running Smoothly

While our experienced team of technicians is always available when your septic system isn’t working properly, we want to give you the tools and knowledge to take care of it in the best way possible. Ideally, you won’t need to repair your system on a regular basis if you follow some basic guidelines and perform… Read more »

Spring Septic Tank Maintenance Tips

Many people worry about their septic systems throughout the winter, but there are actually several things you should do in order to prepare for spring. Regular maintenance and inspections are always a good idea when it comes to septic tanks, especially if you notice any signs that your system may be in need of repairs…. Read more »

How to Clean a Grease Trap, Part Two

Freedom Septic Service offers professional-grade grease trap cleaning to help your business run at optimal efficiency and keep up to code. However, regular self-cleanings can help to cut down on the frequency of professional tune-ups. So, we’ve put together a foolproof guide in how to clean your grease trap yourself, between professional cleanings. First, carefully… Read more »

How to Clean a Grease Trap, Part One

Grease traps are essential for just about any type of restaurant, but they must be properly maintained on a regular basis. If you don’t think you’re grease traps are working as well as they used to, they may need a good cleaning. Take a look at the following steps to ensure you are keeping your… Read more »

Taking Care of Septic Problems

Septic systems offer a number of benefits to home owners, but they don’t come without their problems. If a septic tank becomes full or backed up, it can lead to a wide range of issues that can become costly and frustrating to deal with. Taking care of any problems as soon as possible as always… Read more »

The Rules and Regulations for Septic Tanks

Mahoning County and Trumbull County in Ohio have been locked in contention for the last decade on a rather odd subject: septic tanks. The rules and regulations for maintenance and fail safety plans for over 16,000 septic tank owners in Mahoning County and 21,000 septic tank owners in Trumbull County have been so hotly debated… Read more »

Septic Tanks in Winter

Winter can do wonders for a septic tank system – if the snow cover is significant. If, however, little snow occurs, frost without a fluffy snow insulator can wreak havoc on septic systems. Here are a few things to look out for this winter in regard to septic systems. First and foremost, keep an eye… Read more »

Common Septic Tank Problems and Warning Signs

When it comes to septic tanks, there are a few things that can go wrong. Although these systems come with many benefits, there are some things you need to pay careful attention to. We can fix just about any issue you run into, but being able to identify warning signs is always important. Follow this… Read more »

Experimental Septic Tank Put to Test

It can be exhausting and frustrating to have to deal with the problems and smell of septic tanks on a regular basis, especially poor septic tanks that really just shouldn’t be around anymore, or should be replaced. Or you can just get something to help out your septic tank, and actually eliminate a lot of… Read more »

Death by Septic in More than One Way

The dangers of septic tanks have been discussed in more than one instance already, but sometimes it isn’t the disease, or the leaking into the water supply, or the gases in the septic tank. Sometimes it is just the pipes that cause problems for people. That’s what happened to one man in Louisville, Kentucky; a… Read more »