EWWW! WHAT IS THAT SMELL?: SEPTIC ODORS INSIDE YOUR HOME Does your bathroom suddenly have a certain “rotten egg” smell? The most likely culprit is septic gas finding its way back into your home. There are many reasons gases from your septic system may be entering your home. No matter the cause, septic odors are … Read more

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Be in the know: The ins and outs of Septic Tank Pumping Once you hire CAPE COD SEPTIC SERVICES to inspect, service, and pump your septic tank, it is our responsibility to do the job right with minimal cost, inconvenience, and delays. However, many homeowners like to know how their systems work, so here’s an … Read more

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WHAT PUMPING DOES! When you neglect to take care of your home’s septic tank, it goes beyond the bad smells, it can impact your entire neighborhood depending on the size of the problem. Pumping your tank can help keep it functioning properly on a regular basis. It is a critical task, and here’s why. Purpose … Read more

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6 Common Septic System Questions If you have others, please reach out to us at Cape Cod Septic System and we can help you at 508-775-2825.   Is the septic pumping service a smelly one? While we are working on your septic system and pumping out the tank, the covers will be off and there can … Read more

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The System Inspection Process Arranging for the Inspection The property owner or operator is responsible for arranging the inspection. The buyer and seller may change the responsibility for arranging the inspection prior to title transfer, provided that this change is put in writing and that the inspection still occurs within the specified timeframes. The purpose of … Read more

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WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU DON’T PUMP YOUR SEPTIC TANK? The septic tank helps to separate solid and liquid wastes. The liquid wastes flow out, and the solid waste collects at the bottom of the tank. After some time, you need to pump the septic tank to get rid of the solids. Below are some problems … Read more

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Septic System Best Practices – What to Do and Why As a full-service septic servicing company, we get a lot of questions about how to maintain a septic system, particularly after a home or business owner has had a septic tank or drain field emergency. Like most things around your home, it’s normal to not … Read more

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WINTER MAINTAINANCE TIPS FOR YOUR SEPTIC SYSTEM! Owning a home with a septic system has a variety of benefits that can make it easy to maintain and protect your plumbing system when winter weather strikes. Whether you are looking for routine maintenance or tips on how to keep your septic system operating smoothly, CAPE COD SEPTIC … Read more

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PONDS & TOXIC ALGAE BLOOMS: IS YOUR SEPTIC SYSTEM TO BLAME? Heading into the warmer summer months, it’s that time of year again when homeowners with ponds start watching for algae growth that has the potential to blossom into a full-fledged algae bloom. While some algae growth can be a good thing, harmful algae blooms can … Read more

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TOP 10 SEPTIC TANK MYTHS   Myth #1: Septic tanks take care of themselves It is recommended to have a septic tank pumped every 2 – 3 years. This can vary based on tank size and home occupancy. This is the most recognized and economical way to get maximum performance from your septic system. With biological processes and … Read more

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