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|Construction|Mountain Home, ID 83647

2708 Canyon Creek Rd, Mountain Home, ID 83647

(208) 941-6643

Open now:9:00 am - 6:00 pm



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Quality Service at Competitive prices Dodge Boys Excavation is is family owned and operated and is proud to serve the people of Elmore County by providing them with expert service for all their Septic System and Excavation needs. Our Septic System and related services include: Septic Systems- Cleaned, Pumped & Repaired Septic Installation & Design Drain Fields Gray Water Systems Grease Traps Sand Traps Our Excavation services include: Grading Site Work Land Leveling Demolition Utilities Hauling We are licensed, bonded and insured so you can feel secure that your job will be done right. Call us today for quality work at competitive prices!

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Anonymous on Facebook

2 days ago

09/17/2019, 09:56 AM
In a healthy septic system, household bacteria are processed in the leach field. This occurs through the action of a host of insects and bacteria. Even plant roots play an important roll in recycling waste efficiently. For nature, it isn't waste, though; it's nutrition.
Anonymous on Facebook

7 days ago

09/12/2019, 09:53 AM
Trying to decide when to pump out the septic tank can be one of the more frustrating decisions to make. If you pump it out too soon, you are just wasting money; wait too long, and you have a nasty mess on your hands. Pumping should be based primarily on system capacity, frequency of use, and the age of the tank and system.
Anonymous on Facebook

8 days ago

09/10/2019, 10:41 AM
Effluent disposing sprinkler systems have two spray heads. If only one of them is delivering a good spray and the other is not, replace both, as failure of the remaining spray head will soon follow.
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Anonymous on Facebook

14 days ago

09/05/2019, 03:14 AM
Always keep in mind that a drier septic drainfield does a better job of absorbing liquid waste than a swampy yard. Plan your home's drainage accordingly.
Anonymous on Facebook

16 days ago

09/03/2019, 08:36 AM
Let's test your septic system smarts: You may know that at least half the septic systems in the U.S. are located in rural areas, but do you know the most popular size for a septic tank? If you guessed 1,000 to 2,000 gallons, you're right.
Anonymous on Facebook

20 days ago

08/29/2019, 18:08 PM
Did you know that garbage disposal waste can actually destroy your septic system? Your septic system was designed to handle and process biological waste material, not food and other such materials. Chemical or excess organic waste material can compromise your septic tank and cause a system failure.
Anonymous on Facebook

23 days ago

08/27/2019, 09:32 AM
Septic tanks are equipped with devices such as baffles or sanitary tees. These provide several levels of safety, helping to ensure that settling occurs, that solids are retained, and that venting is provided.
Anonymous on Facebook

a month ago

08/22/2019, 02:37 AM
Once you buy your first home, there will be a considerable number of maintenance tasks that you may not expected when you bought your home. Whether you lack the time or the skill to maintain your own septic system, we’re always happy to take over for you.
Anonymous on Facebook

a month ago

08/20/2019, 05:25 AM
The modern septic tank was invented in the mid 19th Century by Frenchman John Mouras, who created a system in the yard outside his home.
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