We woke up a few days ago and heard a strange buzzing noise. After a little checking, we figured out it was the alarm on our septic system going off because the pump had stopped working and the water level was high. We called in a professional and learned that the pump was completely fried. Unfortunately they were booked up for a couple of days before they could replace the pump.
A couple of days without indoor plumbing was enough! Thank goodness we can now wash clothes again and take normal showers! If your home in Ozark has a septic system, make sure to have it serviced every three years and if the alarm goes off call in a professional immediately. If we had ignored it, we would have had a much bigger mess on our hands.
About The Authors: Betty Knowles is a full-time REALTOR® with Coldwell Banker Vanguard REALTORS® in Springfield, MO and proudly serves on the board of the Greater Springfield Board of REALTORS®. She also served as President of Women’s Council Of REALTORS® in Southwest Missouri. Betty’s genuine passion is helping people buy and sell homes in Springfield, Ozark, Nixa, and surrounding communities.
John Knowles is likewise a full-time REALTOR® with Coldwell Banker Vanguard and a member of the Greater Springfield Board of REALTORS®. A self-proclaimed computer geek, John is talented at developing real estate websites, videos, photography, blogs, search engine optimization and other technical skills essential to marketing and selling real estate in Springfield MO.
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