Springfield, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/14/2019 -- Newtown Square Friends & Neighbors featured a full-page article in its November 2019 issue, titled "How to Stay Ahead of Potential Septic, Sewer, and Stormwater Issues." The piece, written by Dave DiGregorio and TJ Dell'Arciprete of Delaware Valley Septic, Sewer, & Storm, focuses on the importance of septic maintenance as well as some of Delaware Valley Septic, Sewer & Storm services. Aside from providing septic replacement in Gladwyne and the surrounding areas, the family-owned company offers stormwater installations and sewer inspection.
The article describes how homeowners often disregard proper septic system maintenance, even though it is recommended every one to three years, depending on how many people reside in the home. Grease, hair, soap products, and other waste that is sent through pipes every day can build up in pipes over time and damage a homeowner's septic system. If there are trees nearby on the property, there's a chance that roots will make their way into the underground piping. Older homes with cast iron terracotta piping are particularly susceptible to damage.
The article warns against using abrasive drain-cleaning products, since conditions in the pipes may require a more powerful and thorough process. Water-jetting can be used to restore pipes' full diameter. When a homeowner needs septic replacement in Montgomery County and the surrounding areas, the article advises contacting Delaware Valley Septic, Sewer & Storm, since this company offers routine maintenance as well as emergency services to fix any problem.
More information can be found by visiting Delaware Valley Septic, Sewer, & Storm's website at https://www.delvalseptics.com/, or over the phone at 1-844-4-DELVAL.
About Delaware Valley Septics
Delaware Valley Septics is a family-owned and operated business that first opened its doors in 1986. Since then Dave and TJ have continued to uphold the same level of customer satisfaction that made the business what it is today. By providing installation, repair, inspection and maintenance services for septic, sewer and stormwater systems in areas such as Main Line, Montgomery County, Delaware County, and Chester County, the company has become a household name for all things underground.
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