PITTSBURGH, PA (PRWEB) December 12, 2017
When an inventor from Hampton, Ga., moved into a country home with a septic tank, she was told that she’d know if the tank was full if the yard flooded with waste or the toilets became backed up. "Not pleased with this situation, I came up with a better way to monitor septic-tank levels," said the inventor.
The SEPTIC SENSOR provides an easy and reliable way to monitor septic-tank levels. It prevents unexpected overflow of waste, which minimizes risk of unhealthy conditions by alerting the homeowners via text, email or social media when the tank reaches near-capacity. It also avoids expensive or unnecessary septic services, which saves money.
Featuring an easy-to-use design and ideal for households with septic tanks, new-home builders, septic-care companies and Third World countries, the SEPTIC SENSOR promotes convenience and peace of mind.
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