Duck's Septic Pump & Install has been providing residential and commercial septic and pumping services in Buckeye, Arizona since 1999. Duck's will continue to provide the highest quality service on which the company was founded and offer a new range of services to new and existing clients.
Fall is almost here, which means colder weather is right around the corner. It’s time to start thinking about getting your septic tank ready for fall. How can you prepare your septic system for colder weather? Here are some tips. 1. Grow Out Your Grass During the fall, you should let the grass surrounding your septic tank, drain field, and connecting pipes grow an extra six inches. The extra grass will provide your septic system with insulation from the winter’s cold. Thi
If you’re anything like our family, your yard gets a lot more use in the summer — it’s almost June, and barbecues, parties, and summer vacations are right around the corner. Here are some tips for keeping your septic system healthy as you enjoy time together. Watch out for standing water Saturated areas can become a health hazard. Don’t overuse sprinklers to the point where it creates excessive moisture over the drainfield. Keep an eye out for standing water in your yard, esp
We understand that few people would put having a septic tank inspection at the top of their New Year's Resolution list. It simply doesn't rank in comparison with achieving professional goals, getting in shape, or taking a dream vacation. However, if one of your goals is to become more organized, stay on top of things, or improve the condition of your home, having your septic tank inspected should absolutely be part of that process. After all, your septic system is a requireme
Summer rains might be good for your lawn. Unfortunately, summer rains — particularly heavy summer rains — can cause septic tank problems. The problem is that after a significant amount of rainfall, water seeps deep into the ground, causing the water table to elevate. If the water table rises too high, it can actually saturate your septic system’s leach field. (The leach field is the series of pipes used to drain contaminants from the liquid in the septic system.) This can act
As a homeowner, there’s probably no shortage of things to do on your home repair to-do list. However, if your property uses septic, this doesn’t mean you should put off pumping your septic tank. All septic tanks need to be pumped on a regular basis to remove solid waste that accumulates in these systems. If you don’t make septic tank pumping a priority, your septic tank may fail and your toilets, sinks, and other drains will experience significant backups. Additionally, if yo