Your Questions, Answered.

Explore the Jernan FAQs for comprehensive answers to common questions about septic and rainwater solutions, providing clarity and guidance for your needs.

In a septic tank, it’s best to avoid harsh chemicals. Use septic-safe products or natural alternatives to maintain a healthy system.

A septic tank alarm may go off due to high water levels, indicating potential issues like a clog or malfunctioning pump.

On average, septic tanks should be pumped every 3-5 years to remove accumulated solids and prevent system failure or backups.

In a septic emergency, immediately stop water use, avoid the affected area, and contact a septic professional for assistance and repairs.

Avoid flushing non-biodegradable items, grease, chemicals, and large quantities of household cleaners into a septic tank to prevent clogs and system damage.

To maintain your septic system, schedule regular inspections, pump the tank every 3-5 years, conserve water, avoid flushing non-biodegradable items, and use septic-safe products.

If your current septic tank is damaged or undersized, consult a professional to determine the appropriate replacement, considering factors like size, material, and regulations.

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