Thank you for visiting this site. We hope the information we have made available will help you make good decisions regarding your on-site waste water system, more frequently called the septic system. As new information becomes available we will update this site. If you have any questions or would like to arrange a septic service call or inspection, please give us a call.
We should start by saying that we do not intentionally deal with bees of any type. We do not collect honey. What we collect and deal with is not as sweet.
Services we do provide are:
Your septic system is one of the least considered aspects of your home until the years of abuse and neglect catch up with you and then you won't be able to forget the havoc it can create. Many people are completely unaware of the fact that they even have one. Now FYI, if you are recieving a sewer bill from a municipality, feel free to read on, but you probably do not have a septic system. However, if you have an area in your yard that enjoys more lush vegetation than others, or areas of constant and sometimes seasonal dampness, or maybe you just get an enjoyable "whiff" of methane gas once in a while, you probably have a septic system and from the sound of things, not a very good one. What we offer through this website is Septic 101. We will try to explain the seemingly unknown world of On-site waste-water treatment plants-aka The Septic System. The system that we explain is a basic gravity system that is very simple to explain and understand. There are other systems in use, some very similar and some not even close. We want you to understand that the bottom line with septic systems is the quality of the water that winds up in our wells. We all know someone who has never had their septic system serviced and has never experienced a problem or have they? What is the condition of their water supply that is probably located within 50-75 feet of the septic system? This is the bottom line. Drinking Water Quality! The only thing you can do is try to follow some simple rules and have your system serviced on a regular basis. We will be happy to help you with that.