Home Owners Associations and Property Managers Rely on Lapin Services
Home owners associations rely on Lapin Services. We offer neighborhood discounts to all of the homeowners that are part of your home owners association. This type of neighborhood gathering is what we call The BIG Pump! This means we can help you as an association or property manager organize your neighborhood by providing flyer advertising the day of The BIG Pump. Our flyers will provide homeowners with your phone number, or ours to contact for additional information. The more people in your neighborhood who schedule our services, the lower the price per home.
Specials are also available for Whole-Neighborhood Drain Cleanings. We will come out and clean out all the drains in your homes. Furthermore, septic systems need to be properly used and maintained to prevent problems and expensive repairs. At Lapin Services, we provide plumbing, septic, sewer, grease trap, storm drains, and site development services.
Types of Septic Systems
There are two general types of systems in the neighborhood: conventional (anaerobic) systems with low-pressure disposal trenches. There are also aerobic systems which can utilize either low-pressure disposal trenches or spray irrigation systems.
Conventional systems rely on anaerobic bacteria, gravity separation, and the soil to treat the sewage. These are very simple systems with usually a dual chamber tank, a pump tank and a drain field. Aerobic systems are much more complex, with multiple tanks and utilizing oxygen injection and chlorination for treatment.
Additionally, if you have an aerobic system, you may be required by your county to have a maintenance contract with a septic service company to ensure its proper operation. Florida has regulations and information on septic systems and contractors can be read by CLICKING HERE.
Common Sense Safe Septic System Guidelines:
However, with either system, there are some common-sense procedures to keep them operating properly:
1. In the bathroom, don’t flush anything but human waste and toilet paper. Don’t run water wastefully. Do not flush facial tissues, paper towels, personal hygiene products, etc. down the toilet. No matter what the packaging may state.
2. In the kitchen, don’t put anything down the disposal or drain that you could not eat, including bones, shells, rinds, seeds, rice, coffee grounds, etc. Also, do not put grease down the kitchen sink or disposal.
3. Use household cleaners sparingly, and don’t put medicines, paints, or solvents into the septic system.
Call today at 407-841-8200 to schedule one of our Project Managers attend your next Homeowners Association’s meeting. Our Project Manager will give your members a class on their septic systems.