Small Town Real Estate Agent Launches SepticHelp.org, a Septic System Informational Site, to Educate Current and Potential Homeowners
New septic system informational website answers the down-and-dirty, nitty-gritty questions about septic systems.
Nashville, Tennessee (Feb 11th, 2012) – SepticHelp.org, a brand new resource for the estimated 30% of homeowners around the country who live with a septic system, announced they are officially online and available for web visitors. The Nashville-based website hopes to provide cost-saving answers to homeowners during the very stressful time of septic system issues.
“Even homeowners who have lived with a septic system for many years frequently don’t know septic system basics, like the true function of the septic tank vs. the septic drainfield,” states SepticHelp.org owner Erik Pearson. “When the septic system becomes an issue, homeowners have to scramble to find accurate information.”
The new website tackles tough issues like drainfield failure, septic tank installation, and septic system maintenance.
When homeowners notice sewage in the yard and search for information, they’ll find that most websites belong to companies and contractors. While some of this info is very good, it’s naturally confined in scope to the company’s focus. For example, “if you ask a cardiologist about your headache, they’ll probably think it has something to do with your heart,” says Pearson. SepticHelp.org aims to provide a complete source for information. Considering the issue of drainfield failure, we discuss solutions from the least to the most expensive with no bias about the solution chosen; our only goal is to have satisfied web visitors who come back.
Further info can be found at http://www.septichelp.org/ .
SepticHelp.org is the brainchild of Erik Pearson, a small town/rural real estate agent, who noticed the irrational fear clients seemed to have surrounding septic systems. Having lived in several homes with septic systems, dealt with numerous septic inspections and issues, and closed multiple homes with septic, he decided to provide a nationwide resource to help homeowners know how to properly maintain their system and to deal with whatever issues may arise.
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