Things You Shouldn’t Flush Down the Toilet

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When you own a home with a septic tank system, you have to be more responsible about your water usage and you really have to be aware of what you can and can’t flush down the toilet. Homeowners flushing inappropriate items and liquids down the toilet are among the most common reasons why septic pumping… Read more »

7 Interesting Myths and Facts about Grease

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Grease traps are most commonly found in commercial kitchens and not in residences. But, that doesn’t mean that homeowners aren’t equally at risk of suffering from grease clogs and other plumbing problems related to grease. At Lewis Farms, we perform professional grease trap cleaning in Wilmington NC and we find it is not uncommon for… Read more »

SoilFacts – Septic Systems and Septic Pumping in Hampstead NC

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The septic-tank-soil-treatment system (also called a septic system) is an effective, long-standing method for collecting, treating, and disposing of sewage from rural and suburban homes. Septic systems are used in every county in North Carolina: more than 50 percent of the homes have them, and new systems are being installed at a rate of 40,000… Read more »

SoilFacts – Investigate Before You Invest

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If you are planning to purchase a building lot for a new home in Hampstead NC, investigate before you invest. If a public sewer system is not available, you may need a septic tank-soil-treatment system (septic system) to treat and dispose of sewage from the home you plan to build on the land. If a… Read more »

Improving Septic Systems

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Is your well protected from your septic system? One of the easiest ways to protect well water from pollution is to check your septic system and carry out septic tank cleaning in Wilmington NC. Septic systems can pollute wells when they are placed too close to the well, are not properly maintained, or have not… Read more »