Keep Your Septic System Running Smoothly with Regular Pumping

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Forgetting about your septic system is easy. Out of sight, out of mind. Of course, whatever you send down the drain has to go somewhere, and that place is your septic tank. Your septic tank houses the most substantial amount of water in your home and connects to vast quantities of pipes and drains. Over years of use, the septic … Read More

How to Find Your Property’s Septic Tank

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You may know what your septic tank is and what it does, but do you know where to find it? If you’re not a professional in the field, it can be tough figuring out where your septic system resides. At Delaware Valley Septic, Sewer, and Storm, we provide septic repair and replacement to those in Chester County, PA, as well … Read More

3 Common Causes That Call for Sewer Cleaning

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While we firmly believe that sewage backups were the last thing you were thinking about during your day today, but if you have ever encountered an instance where you needed sewer and drain cleaning in Montgomery County you understand just how inconvenient this issue is for your home. Our experts here at Delaware Valley Septics understand some of the common … Read More

3 Signs That It’s Time for a Drain Cleaning

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Most homeowners are getting ready to start 2018 off right by giving their home the thorough cleaning that it needs to sparkle and shine throughout the the year. If you’re in the midst of cleaning your home from top to bottom, don’t neglect your drains! Just like anything else in your home, your drains need to be properly maintained to … Read More

How Bacteria Helps Your Septic Tank Work Well

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Have you noticed that your septic system is having a little more trouble running as it gets colder? Most homeowners are surprised to learn that all bacteria is not harmful. There is a number of “good” bacteria that helps break down waste inside septic tanks.   During winter, you may be more likely to see issues with your septic system … Read More