Should You Buy Septic Tank Additives?

Some products make promises that are too good to be true—”eat while losing weight,” “a lightbulb that won’t burn out for years,” and “helps prevent septic backups.” That last promise can cost you more than Read more

The Importance of Septic Tank Care for Apartments and Condominiums

When you’re a property manager of either apartments or condominiums, you can get caught up in things such as aesthetics, amenities, and security, all of which are important; however, one crucial factor that must not Read more

Common Causes of Septic System Drain Field Damage and Malfunction

The drain field, like most other parts of a modern septic system, lies underground and therefore is rarely noticed. It does get noticed, however, if the field becomes damaged and can no longer manage the Read more

What Is a Septic Tank Grease Trap? 

If you’re like most homeowners in the Lakeland area with a septic system, you have a grease trap as part of that system, and everyone else has no idea why it’s there or what it Read more

The Importance of Lift Station Monitoring 

When it comes to water treatment plants, lift stations aren’t just a cog in the wheel; they are a whole other wheel. In the ballet of modern wastewater management, lift stations play a crucial role, Read more

Why Only Professionals Should Clean Your Septic Tank

If you’re new to the use of a residential septic system or planning a move to a property that has one, it’s important to understand how these systems work and your part in keeping them Read more

Signs Of Septic System Failure 

If you’ve had a septic system failure, there is a good chance that the signs of the failure have already made themselves known. Some signs of septic failure are more subtle than others, so it’s Read more

Is it a Drain Problem – or a Septic Problem?

Certain problems with your septic system can present initial symptoms that appear to be related to your household drains. Lakeland Septic Company of Lakeland, FL, would like to share some helpful information about how septic Read more

What To Do When Your Sewer Backs Up 

It’s a nightmare scenario: you’re either taking a shower, running water in the sink, or flushing your toilet, and your sewer backs up. Sewers backing up can be a disgusting and potentially hazardous problem. So, Read more

Building Near a Septic Tank and Drain Field

You may be considering building a patio or deck over your septic tank or drain field. Just building near a septic tank and drain field is a very bad idea, let alone building over them. Read more