Bad News & Good News

This is my own failed septic system in 2011. That's raw sewage overflowing the septic tank. This kind of thing is "bad news" nightmare of every septic owner fears, but there's good news, too. Chance are that you can solve issues like this once and for all at your own place without septic replacement. You can also ensure this never happens to you no matter how old or new your septic system is. My own situation is what led me to develop this unique method for septic system revival and maintenance and I've helped hundreds of people do the same thing. The same system you see here has been working perfectly since 2014. This course shows exactly how.

What This Course Delivers:

  • An understanding of how septic systms work and why they fail.
  • Method for using a pressure washer to fix 90% of septic failures.
  • Insights for treating leaching beds so sewage flows again.
  • Modifications for making leaching pipe maintenance and easier.
  • Simple methods for making any septic system operate better.
  • Specific items you need and exactly where to buy them.
  • Peace of mind that your septic system will keep on working.
  • Money-back satisfaction guarantee.

All of this and one-on-one access to me for advice on succeeding with your specific situation.

Jetting Leaching Pipes

This is the heart of my method for reviving failed septic systems without need for expensive and disruptive replacement of the entire system. New ones typically cost more than $10,000, so DIY revival is definitely worth it.

System Enhancements

Learn about making it easier to maintain your septic system and boost reliability. The site-poured concrete riser you see above is one of a handful of ways you can make your septic system better. Lots more too, as you'll see.

Proper Maintenance

Learn exactly why septic systems need regular maintenance and how to do it. Regular, professional pumpouts are part of this, but my course also covers other unique and effective ways of making sure things keep working.

This course is closed for enrollment.

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Got Questions?

Feel free to contact me with any question about my course, how it works, and how I provide one-on-one help for every student that takes my online courses. Email me at [email protected] and I'll get right back to you.