Tag: Diagnosing Septic Tank Problems

Things to Avoid Dumping Down Your Drain

There are certain things that should go down the drain in your house and other things that should not. For instance, water from the kitchen sink or showerhead is meant to go down the drain. Coffee grounds, grease from the bacon you cooked on the stove, and eggshells are three things, for example, that belong… Read more »

Common Signs of Soakaway Problems

There are a wide range of benefits that come along with having a septic system in your property, but there is also a fair share of potential problems you may encounter. While several different types of issues can affect septic tanks, one of the most common is soakaway problems. In general, your septic system is… Read more »

Don’t Have a Stinky Rest of Your Summer

How has your summer been?  We hope your bones have been cracking and your limbs stretching. Most of us in the country are doing all we can to shake the winter rust from our bodies and truly enjoy these beautiful summer months. But, like with all things in this life, sometimes when we shake off… Read more »

Septic System Warning Signs

Whether you’ve had your septic tank for years or you’ve recently installed a new system, understanding the warning signs that could indicate a major problem is always important. While you can expect most septic systems to run smoothly with the proper care and necessary preventative maintenance, there is always the chance that unexpected problems will… Read more »

Common Grease Trap Problems

At Freedom Septic Service, we offer a variety of services in order to keep your drain and sewage systems running properly, including grease trap repairs. Whether you own a residential or commercial property, there are a few things you can do to keep the grease traps in your building as clean as possible. We’ve already… Read more »

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How to Learn More about a Septic Tank

Whether you have concerns about your current septic system or you are moving into a property that already has a tank installed, it is always a good idea to learn more about it. While it may be difficult to tell whether or not a septic system is in great shape at a glance, there are… Read more »

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 »