Commercial Kitchens: Don’t Neglect These 3 Important Maintenance Tasks

Commercial Kitchens_ Don’t Neglect These 3 Important Maintenance Tasks

If you’re in charge of a commercial kitchen, you know it’s a place that’s always busy. Read more

Before Selling Your Home Get a Septic Tank & System Inspection

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When you decide to sell your home, there’s a lot to handle before you list. Read more

Cold Weather and Your Septic System

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If you have a septic tank, you know that the system works best when it strikes the proper balance between bacteria and wastewater.Read more

Can You Hook Up an RV to a Septic Tank?

Can You Hook Up an RV to a Septic Tank

Your RV is the ideal way to go camping and tour the country while saving money on airfare and hotels. Read more

Plastic vs. Concrete Septic Tanks

Concrete drainage pipes for industrial building construction.

Are you planning to install a new septic tank or replace an existing one that has reached the end of its lifespan? Read more

Septic Tank Installation Process

Septic Tank Installation Process

Are you building a home or commercial property that won’t connect to the municipal sewer line? If so, a septic system is a must. Read more

5 Easy Ways to Conserve Water & Protect Your Septic System

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Many people prioritize water conservation, especially in drought-stricken California. If your home has a septic wastewater disposal system, reducing your daily water use is even more important.Read more

3 Septic Tank Inspection Tips When Buying a Home

3 Septic Tank Inspection Tips When Buying a Home

There’s a lot to consider when buying a home, including the condition of the plumbing system. If the house you’re interested in has a septic tank, you should absolutely conduct a septic tank inspection before signing a purchase agreement. Read more

The Hazards of Clogged Storm Drains

Storm drain partially blocked by fallen leaves on rainy day

Fall is the start of the “wet season” here in Pleasanton, CA. December, January, and February are the wettest months of the year, averaging over 4 inches per month with rain 16 out of every 30 days.Read more

The Importance of Storm Drain Maintenance

Storm sewer flood dirty water cleanup

In forests, fields, mountains, and other natural settings, falling rain and melting snow soak into the soil or make their way to streams and rivers without difficulty. Eventually, all precipitation percolates into the groundwater supply or flows into the ocean.Read more