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Have you ever wondered about how often you should have your septic tank pumped? Are you curious about the types of septic systems that are available to you in Tampa, Florida? Check out the Tampa Septic blog for great information on these topics and to learn more about caring for your septic system in between service calls.

What You Should Know about Septic Pumps

What You Should Know about Septic Pumps

While many septic systems operate as a gravity-fed system that doesn’t require electricity, in some cases septic pumps are needed for proper movement of effluent from the septic tank to the drain field. Septic pumps are a small, submersible pump that sits down in the wastewater of your property’s...
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What to Do When Septic Alarms Go Off

What to Do When Septic Alarms Go Off

Most of us are familiar with a wide variety of alarms at our homes and businesses: fire alarms, smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms, security alarms, and so forth. You may have a plan in place should any of these occur because you understand that a quick response is usually the best course of...
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What You Need to Know about Drain Fields

What You Need to Know about Drain Fields

There are quite a few misconceptions floating around about the function of drain fields and how to tell if you have a drain field problem. This article is intended to clear up those muddy waters so that you’ll better understand its function and know when it is a good idea to place a call to your...
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What is the Purpose of Lift Stations?

What is the Purpose of Lift Stations?

It doesn’t matter if you live in a state where the terrain is hilly or relatively flat, like much of Florida. Gravity-fed septic and sewer systems usually need a bit of help to keep the wastewater flowing to its eventual destination, be that your septic tank and drain field at your home or to move...
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