Three Signs Of A Full Septic Tank

If you previously were on a municipal sewer system, it can be easy to overlook the needs of the septic system in your new home. One of the most important things you need to be aware of are the warning signs of a septic backup. Failure to tend to a backed up system promptly could result in your home being flooded with sewage. The following are signs to watch for when it comes to your septic system: [Read More]

De-Clutter Your Home Like A Pro

Do you have drawers that you never open, closets you never search and rooms you never really enter? If the answer is yes and these spaces are jam-packed, there's a good chance that you could use some extreme de-cluttering. With more people opting to stay in their homes longer, this leaves more time to accumulate items that simply have no use. A more organized and enjoyable space can be created with these tips. [Read More]

Preventing Soil Contamination From A Septic Tank System

Running a farm is a great way to make money, as you will save money by growing your own inventory. However, selling crops to the public can also get you into legal trouble if they are contaminated. The chemicals that are around the crops, as well as the condition of the soil that they are grown in plays a role in contamination. For instance, you if your rural farmhouse uses a septic system for handling sewage, it can lead to soil contamination without the proper kind of care. [Read More]

Insight To Help You Build Your Own Emergency Or Camping Toilet Bucket For Soil Composting

To ensure you are prepared for a natural disaster or for a camping trip where you will be without a bathroom facility, you can build your own easy-to-make toilet bucket. A portable toilet allows you to take care of your and your family's elimination waste when you don't have access to a modern sewer system. Here are some instructions to help you build your own toilet bucket and how to use the waste to create beneficial soil compost material. [Read More]