Your cesspool can be maintained in good working order (other than regular pumping) in a number of ways. Follow these simple steps to keep your cesspool in good shape:
Household appliances should be checked regularly for leaks
Check for leaks in your plumbing regularly to prevent your cesspool from overflowing or collapsing. Small leaks in faucets, toilets, showers, and other household appliances can unnecessarily overload your cesspool.
Use Care When Putting Things Down Your Drains
The use of harmful chemicals or oils in your drains can shorten the lifespan of your cesspool since these materials have not been designed to handle them. There are many things that can cause clogs in your cesspool, including motor oil, cooking grease, feminine products, coffee grounds, and more. Your cesspool can run smoothly if you watch what goes into your drains!
Don’t Drive Over Your Cesspool
It is important to place your cesspool in an area you will not drive over in order to prevent it from collapsing. It is not recommended to store heavy items on top of your cesspool, as this may lead to structural problems.
You can rest assured that your cesspool and household plumbing will function properly for years to come if you follow these important tips and schedule a professional inspection once every three years with a Quality cesspool.
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