Plumbing Tips:

  • Once a year, drain your hot water tank.
  • Put Bio-Clean in your drains once a year to keep your drains clean and free of debris. Unlike other drain cleaners, Bio-Clean is safe for the environment.
  • Once a year, or periodically, your faucet screens need to be cleaned. This removes any mineral sediment or rust build up.
  • If you notice your toilet filling on its own, the sound of running water, or you have ripples in your toilet, you may have a problem with your toilet. A problem toilet can use needless water, causing high water bills, septic overloads, and unnecessary well pump usage.

Contact an Dynamic licensed Plumber immediately if you notice...

  • Your hot water tank is leaking
  • Your water bill is high, low water pressure
  • Your drains are backing up

Pump Tips:

  • To ensure everything is running properly check your well pump system once per year.
  • Check your pressure tank to ensure it is functioning properly.

Contact a Dynamic licensed Well Pump Technician immediately if you notice...

  • No water
  • You can hear your pump running constantly, or have low water pressure
  • Radical or irregular water pressure coming from faucets, toilets, or other areas
  • The circuit breakers keep tripping to the pump

Septic Tips:

  • Inspect your system once a year.
  • Pump out your septic tank when needed.
  • Keep accurate records.
  • Practice water conservation.
  • Don't put grease, fats, motor oil, fuel, disposable diapers, coffee grounds, filter tip cigarettes, paper towels, rags, paints, chemicals, sanitary napkins, tampons, or condoms in your system.
  • Keep traffic off of your drain field.
  • Don't cover your septic system with anything other than grass.
  • Don't poison your septic tank.
  • Don't use a garbage disposal.
  • Don't dispose of water from hot tubs (spas) into the system.
  • Never enter any septic tank.

Contact a Dynamic certified Septic Technician immediately if you notice...

Contact a Dynamic certified Septic Technician immediately if you notice...

  • Odors, surfacing sewage, wet spots, or lush vegetation growth in the drain field area.
  • Plumbing or septic tank back up.
  • Gurgling sounds in the plumbing system.
  • Slow drain fixtures.