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The Importance of Septic Tank Pumping: A Comprehensive Guide

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How well do you know your septic tank? If you said not well, you’re probably a part of the majority. However, septic tanks play a necessary role in managing household wastewater when a property is not connected to a centralized sewer system. As an essential part of the plumbing infrastructure, septic tanks require regular maintenance […]

5 Must-Visit Holiday Attractions in Montgomery County with a Touch of Local Flair

The holiday season is in full swing, and at Delaware Valley Septic, Sewer, and Storm, we believe in celebrating the festive spirit right here in Montgomery County. Join us as we explore five must-visit holiday attractions that not only promise to enchant but also showcase the vibrant local community we proudly serve. 1. Linvilla Orchards […]

How to Find Your Septic Tank Location

Septic tank cover visible above ground, nestled within a green grassy area outdoors.

Finding your septic tank can seem daunting, especially if you don’t know its exact location. However, locating your septic system with the right tools and knowledge becomes a breeze. Start by understanding the basics of a septic system. Septic tanks are crucial components of a home’s wastewater management. Everything you flush or send down a […]

How is a Perc Test Performed? Facts about a Percolation Test

Heavy machinery operating at a test site, conducting a perc test to assess soil drainage capabilities for potential construction projects.

If you are interested in purchasing a lot or parcel of land to build a home, chances are you have heard of a perc test. In this post, we will answer questions like how is a perk test done, why it is needed, and who can perform it on your land. What is a Perc […]

What is Stormwater Runoff? All You Need to Know

water runoff from an urban area, illustrating the concept of stormwater runoff and its impact on the environment

Stormwater runoff occurs when rain and snowmelt flow over impervious surfaces such as paved roads, sidewalks, and rooftops. When it rains, these developed areas don’t absorb the water, so it flows into nearby waterways or storm drains. Unfortunately, stormwater runoff can lead to flooding, erosion of stream banks, and increased pollutants being released into various […]