1. The Great Septic Debate

    In the US, there are an estimated 25 percent of households that are dependent upon a septic system. While the prevalence of septic systems is slowly becoming less and less popular due to increased sewer infrastructure, the septic system is still a great option for many. When B&B Pumping was established in 2005, we already had 47 years of experience under our belts. In 1958, when the first tank…Read More

  2. The Texas Floods

    As we all know our friends down on the Gulf Coast have suffered a great loss when Hurricane Harvey came roaring ashore and displaced thousands and dumped unprecedented amounts of rain. This storm essentially crippled an area that is one of the busiest ports in the country and a major hub for energy production. There are thousands of offshore oil rigs in the gulf and an additional thousands of work…Read More

  3. The Leach Field (Part 2)

    Last time we talked about what an amazingly intuitive system a septic leach field is for the environment. Utilizing bacteria that occurs naturally to treat water on your own property is the ultimate in self sufficiency. At B&B Pumping we strive to keep your septic system running as efficient as possible. Without regular maintenance, your septic system will become clogged and not disperse waste…Read More

  4. The Leach Field

    Most people think that when you flush the toilet, wash the dishes, or take a shower that the water is gone. If you live where the city sewer lines carry your water to a local treatment facility, you do not need to worry about your water and where it goes. Okay, so maybe that is not true, you never want to dump grease down the drain and if you have the time, lists can be found all over the internet…Read More

  5. The Biological Septic Process

    One of the biggest misconceptions about maintaining a septic system is that adding a variety of chemicals will increase its performance. The reality being, your septic system is actually a complex community of bacteria that breaks down waste. As much as any ecosystem, the septic tank community is dependent upon one another for proper operation. When everything is running smoothly and the bacteria …Read More

  6. Different Types of Septic Systems For Your Azle Home: Part 3

    We hope you have been enjoying all the helpful information we have giving out in our latest blog series about septic systems. At B&B Pumping in Azle, we want to make sure your system is pumped in a timely and efficient manner. At our septic system services company, we are professional, knowledgeable, and know how important a properly running system is for your home. To continue right along wit…Read More

  7. Different Types of Septic Systems For Your Azle Home: Part 2

    Welcome back to our blog, if you have been keeping up with our recent posts, we are sharing a three-part blog series all about the different types of septic systems you can have and may have for your home in Azle. At B&B Pumping, we want to always ensure that your septic system is working flawlessly and efficiently. Getting your system pumped and cleaned every few years is imperative to keep y…Read More

  8. Different Types of Septic Systems For Your Azle Home: Part 1

    When it comes to septic tanks, there are only four types out on the market today. Unfortunately, due to codes of the area, you may not be able to pick your septic system. Each system is a bit different and has its own pros and cons to be aware of. There is a lot to consider when choosing a septic system in Azle, however, we make your septic system cleaning and pumping easy. At B&B Pumping, we …Read More

  9. Why You Should Get a Septic Tank in Azle

    Welcome back to our blog! In our last post, we were discussing the best and most practical ways to maintain your septic tank and septic system. Properly caring for your septic tank is imperative for your Azle home. At B&B Pumping, our goal is to always make sure your septic system is running as it should. Getting your septic system pumped should be done every 2-5 years to ensure your system wi…Read More

  10. How to Maintain Your Septic Tank Properly

    The right maintenance for your septic tank is incredibly important in order for it to continue working properly. Ignoring these simple maintenance tasks can result in your tank overflowing, leaching unclean water into the ground around your home. Not only will this smell bad, but it can be hazardous both to your own health and to the environment. Unclean wastewater can even reach the groundwater, …Read More