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What Makes For Good Maintenance Of Your Septic System

Posted on: August 19th, 2016 by admin

Maintenance is key when you have a septic system to take care of! Even though maintenance can be overlooked most of the time, it is the number one way to help prevent repairs. A well maintained septic system is a happy system and one that won’t require large repairs with hefty costs attached.
 
There are certain key components that are part of a good maintenance check up on septic systems. These steps are exactly what we at Septic Expert can do for you to make you won’t be surprised with a failing system one day. The list below includes the steps that need to happen to make sure your septic system to doing it’s job.

  • Perform a visual and odour examination for all the components of your system, not just one. We need to make sure that everything is working properly, not just one thing!
  • Removal and cleaning of effluent filter. This filter prevents solids from plugging up the drain field but they do need to be cleaned frequently to prevent backups happening in the home.
  • Cleaning or replacing air filters. Filters in the air compressors should be replaced at least once a year.
  • A test run should be performed on sewage pumps and floats as well as performing a load test on all pumps. This gives you the life expectancy of the pump and allows you to budget for a replacement when it’s needed. This way you can avoid expensive surprises!
  • Determine if tanks/components need pumping, this is your real money saver. If pumping is done too late it can risk damage to your drain field – which can be an extremely expensive mistake.
  • A visual inspection of your septic field is also crucial to check for ponding and any other trouble indicators.
  • Checking your alarm and panel function is also an important part of the maintenance process, this is where we find out if there has been any trouble since our last visit.


There can be a lot of steps to maintaining your septic system so it can be easy to get overwhelmed. That’s where Septic Expert comes in, get in touch with us and schedule some maintenance to help prevent any future surprise repairs! 
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Nothing Cleans Like A Fuji Clean

Posted on: May 7th, 2016 by admin

Septic System Treatments are basically cleaning tanks onsite for a wastewater (septic).  They are used to purify the water no longer suitable for use – with minimal environmental issues – for the purpose of reuse or return into the water cycle.  So, of course it makes sense that designers and installers like us should be attentive to these treatments.  But, just as importantly, so should homeowners, engineers, environmentalists and fellow wastewater workers.  Why?  Wastewater is local.  As a local business and community members we care about the wellbeing of our community and so should you.





Simply the Best

You may or may not be familiar with secondary treatment systems which are currently referred to in British Columbia as Aerobic Treatment Systems or ATUs.  The problem with these choices is that they are often prone to problems such as odors and questionable performance. 




Septic Expert trustfully relies on the world’s leading Japanese manufacturer of the domestic waterwaste system.  The extremely well engineered Fusion System in the Fuij Clean Company, of which we hold a franchise, sees approximately 40,000 new installs every year in Japan.  There are many reasons why it’s so popular and why we put our name behind it.  Here are just a few:
 
  • Compact Systems with Reliable High Performance
  • Proven Design
  • Easy Maintenance: easy and efficient to clean
  • Lower Operational Cost

 

 

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We Sell to All the Rest
Septic Expert has the Fuji Clean Franchise both to use ourselves and for other Septic Installers.  So, if other companies need to consult on difficult jobs, we are the ones they come to.  You can save yourself a lot of hassle by bringing us on from the beginning especially if you have a complex system that needs the skill set of real experts.   if you have already started working another installer and find yourself needing a consult we are happy to work with you or your septic provider to find the best – and cleanest – possible system.

Septic Field Design in British Columbia

Posted on: December 10th, 2014 by admin

The first step in installing or replacing a septic system is to have a septic field design completed by a Registered Wastewater Professional.

In British Columbia, the majority of septic systems are designed and installed by Registered Onsite Wastewater Practitioners. The septic field design is just as it sounds. It is a comprehensive document that details the size of the system, the type of treatment proposed, the location of the various components, as well as the many other details that accompany a good septic design.

A septic field design must be preceded by investigative work to determine the requirements of the property and the intended use. During the course of gathering all the necessary site information, the septic field designer can determine the most suitable location for the various components of the system. On a large lot with a number of siting options, it is helpful to consider sight lines from the home, and high use areas outside the home. Nothing worse than seeing an unsightly plastic lid every time you look out your picture window, or having to move a deck or sidewalk thanks to a poorly sited tank.

Done properly, the preliminary site work will give the designer information such as how quickly the soil drains, whether there are underlying soil conditions that may prevent or hinder drainage, and also will consider distances, or setbacks as we call them to critical features on the property. These setbacks can be horizontal, such as wells, water courses, steep slopes and vertical to features such as high seasonal water table, hard pan and glaciated soil layers(dense and impermeable). 

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