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Easy Options for Septic Tank Odor Control

When your septic tank is functioning properly, it should not release unpleasant odors into your septic line or yard. If your septic tank has started to smell, this may be an indication that your system is need of professional septic tank treatment in San Francisco. In the event that pumping and maintaining your tank does not alleviate your odor problems, you may need to find some other, odor-fighting solutions. Let’s review some easy options that can help you control odors in your septic tank. septic - tank

Poly-Air Activated Carbon Vent Cover

The Poly-Air Activated Carbon Vent Cover is a popular odor fighting solution for residential septic systems. With this device, you can filter out bad odors as they are created in your septic tank. Using activated carbon materials, the Poly-Air filter is able to completely remove septic odors and other bad smells. If you are seeking a budget-friendly solution for your unpleasant sewer smells, the Poly-Air Activated Carbon Vent Cover may be the perfect device for your home.

Charcoal Filter

In order to move sewage and waste through your plumbing system, your septic lines need to be vented to the outside air. Unfortunately, septic tank vents can be common sources of Hydrogen Sulfide smells and other bad aromas. To cancel out these odors and keep your house smelling fresh, ask your septic technician about the benefits of purchasing a charcoal filter for your septic system. The charcoal filter can be fitted over your vent, stopping bad smells in their tracks.

Activated Carbon Cover

If you are seeking an effective alternative to traditional charcoal odor filters, an activated carbon vent cover may be something that you might want to consider. Instead of relying on charcoal to remove bad smells, this unique device is equipped with an activated carbon filter. The filter will fit snuggly around the top of your vent opening. Some homeowners find that activated carbon is more effective for removing bad smells that are clogging up their septic tanks and systems.

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A-1 Septic Tank Service Inc
San Francisco Septic Tank Repair
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Hayward, CA 94544
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