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    Benefits of Constant Water Pressure Well Pumps

    Last updated 4 days ago

    If you rely on well water in your home, you may want to consider installing a constant pressure well pump system. Standard well pumps often offer inadequate water pressure, especially when your water use increases. For example, you may have trouble running your dishwasher and washing machine at the same time. A constant water pressure well pump will eliminate your water pressure issues. This innovative pumping system will ensure that your home is supplied with a steady supply of water pressure that is available on demand. By installing a constant pressure well pump system, you can rest assured that your water needs will always be met. 

    To learn more about the well pump systems that are available to you, contact Tri-County Pumps by calling (877) 849-8455. We provide services to the Frederick, Montgomery, and Washington County areas, and we will help you choose the perfect well pump or water filtration system for your home. 

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    Last updated 8 days ago

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    • Fantastic! Exceptional service and quite possibly the friendliest folks to have worked in our house. Thank you so much Don and Jeremy!

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    Understanding Septic Systems

    Last updated 11 days ago

    If your home relies on a septic system for wastewater disposal, it is important to understand how your system works. With proper maintenance and pumping, you can aid your septic system in functioning properly for many years. By setting up regular services and septic pumping’s you are engaging in preventative maintenance. It is important to keep waste water flowing in easily and draining easily.  Here is a quick overview of some of the main components of a septic system. 

    Septic Tank
    One of the primary parts of the septic system is the septic tank. Each time you flush the toilet or run water down the drain your wastewater flows through the septic pipe dumping into your septic tank. Your septic tank holds waste both solid and liquid. There are many microorganisms living and thriving in your septic tank who are doing big favors for your septic system. They are decomposing the waste solids. An abundance of solids can inhibit the in/out flow from your septic tank, solids can get into drainfield blocking it, or displace liquids too quickly into your drainfield and all of which can cause big problems. 

    Drainfield
    Your drainfield is another crucial component of your septic system. The drainfield is designed to distribute liquid under the ground into the soil, which is overflowing from your septic tank. It is designed to do so without over saturating the ground causing a wet or flooded ground surface. As the wastewater seeps into the ground the soil acts like a filter.

    Septic Pumping
    It is important to have your septic pumped every 3-5 years. Although the microbes living in your tank do an amazing job they will need help keeping the level of solids down in the tank about every 3-5 years, so we help them out by pumping the tank. When you pump the tank inevitably you are also pumping out large colonies of the needed microbes. By pouring slightly spoiled milk down the drain you can help quickly restore the needed levels of microbes in your septic tank post pumping. 

    When your septic tank is in need of service, do not hesitate to contact Tri-County Pumps. Our company provides Montgomery, Frederick, and Washington County with the best available water treatment and septic system services. In addition, we can also install water softeners and filtration systems in your home. To schedule service today, give us a call at (877) 849-8455. 

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    Last updated 12 days ago

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    • Fantastic. Called after hours on Friday, he came out and had us running in no time. Give him a bonus!

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    How to Locate Your Septic Tank

    Last updated 18 days ago

    In order to care for your septic system, it is important to know where your septic tank is. There are several tools that you can use to locate your septic tank. For example, you can use a metal detector or tile probe to locate your septic tank. To learn more about these two methods watch this video from Stewart Meade Photography. Tri-County Pumps has a third method using a flushable transmitting locator, if you want to learn more about this great technique contact Tri-County Pumps.

    When your septic tank needs to be pumped, be sure to call Tri-County Pumps. Our company offers top quality septic maintenance and water treatment services throughout Frederick, Montgomery, and Washington County. Call us at (877) 849-8455 to set up an appointment for your septic system today. 

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