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|Construction|Mountain Home, ID 83647

2708 Canyon Creek Rd, Mountain Home, ID 83647

(208) 941-6643

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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

4 days ago

12/05/2019, 03:26 AM
Adding yeast or baking soda to your septic tank does not increase the amount of bacteria present, and can in fact harm the septic process. Baking soda in particular raises the pH, which will kill off the bacteria in the tank.
Anonymous on Facebook

6 days ago

12/03/2019, 00:09 AM
In general, there are three issues that create problems with the leach field of your septic system: the septic tank has overfilled and needs to be pumped, a pipe is blocked causing a backup of effluent, or the drainage field is clogged. The first step is determining the cause of the problem.
Anonymous on Facebook

11 days ago

11/28/2019, 01:30 AM
So how does a septic tank work? Basically, untreated wastewater from a property flows into the septic tank where the solids separate from the liquids. Heavier solids settle to the bottom of the tank as sludge, which will eventually need to be pumped out.
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Anonymous on Facebook

13 days ago

11/26/2019, 10:43 AM
When you are building where there is no sewer, among the first things you want to consider is where you might place a septic system. Siting is essential, because the system works well only when the situation is within certain parameters, so the decision is definitely a job for the experts.
Anonymous on Facebook

18 days ago

11/21/2019, 01:04 AM
There are two main ways to restore the field bed on your septic drain field. The first is a mechanical method. It involves fracturing the soil to create space for the wastewater. The other is chemical or bacterial, which breaks down bonds to open the soil up.
Anonymous on Facebook

19 days ago

11/19/2019, 18:59 PM
Did you know that inside toilets date back to the ancient world? In ancient Egypt, wealthy people had proper bathrooms and toilets in their homes with toilet seats made of limestone.
Anonymous on Facebook

25 days ago

11/14/2019, 15:13 PM
Did you know that one way to keep your septic tank system operating at its best is to minimize your use of heavy duty cleaners? Overuse of harsh chemicals can actually kill beneficial bacteria in the septic tank, reducing its ability to break down solids.
Anonymous on Facebook

a month ago

11/12/2019, 16:53 PM
Keeping your septic system in good repair is the best way to ensure you don’t have messy and expensive backups into your home. If you’re not sure how often to pump your septic tank, we’re always available to provide guidance.
Anonymous on Facebook

a month ago

11/07/2019, 10:05 AM
Most of the bacteria that’s going to work in a septic tank is anaerobic bacteria, which means they don’t need air. But that doesn’t mean gases still aren’t produced. Vents help release these extra gases to help keep the bacteria functioning at top form.
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