Heavy rains cause problems for homes with septic systems

SOME TIME, THEY NOW HAVE THE HOME CONDEMNED >> THE 2017 HURRICANE SEASON OFFICIALLY STARTS NEXT WEEK

IF YOU LIVE IN A HOME CONNECTED TO A SEPTIC TANK, THERE ARE SOME THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE A MAJOR STORM THREATENING OUR AREA ERIC EXPLAINS THE PREPARATIONS YOU NEED TO TAKE BEFORE DISASTER STRIKES >> THIS IS WHAT YOU DON'T WANT TO SEE OR HEAR IF YOU LIVE IN A HOME WITH A SEPTIC TANK >> A SYMPTOM OF A SEPTIC TANK PROBLEM OF ANY KIND — >> A PROBLEM THAT CAN POP UP WHEN WE EXPERIENCE HEAVY RAINS, ESPECIALLY AT THE POWER SOURCE TO THE SEPTIC PUMP IS LOCATED CLOSE TO THE GROUND MICHAEL OF JACK'S PLUMBING SAYS ELECTRICAL OUTLETS FOR PUMPS SHOULD BE AT LEAST 18 INCHES OFF THE GROUND IN THE EVENT OF A FLOOD

>> I GET A LOT OF THEM WHERE THEY'RE RIGHT OP THE GROUND, SO IF YOU GET FLOODING, THAT'S GOING TO BE UNDER WATER IT CAN SHORT OUT THE OUTLET, IT CAN SHORT OUT THE PUMP >> WHEN THAT HAPPEN, THE PUMP STOPS WORKING AND YOU'RE LEFT WITH A BACKUP OF WASTEWATER FORTUNATELY A LOT OF THE NEW SEPTIC SYSTEMS ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN ALARM TO ALERT YOU SOMETHING IS NOT WORKING PROPERLY >> WASHING CLOTHES, YOU DO WHAT

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