What is a land perc test?

Answer A land perc test, also known as a percolation test, is used to determine the rate of absorption in soil prior to the design and installation of a septic tank system. Holes ranging from 6 to 12 inch... Read More »

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How to Do a Perc Test?

Septic systems release effluent into underground drainfields, where it percolates through the soil, gradually losing bacteria and dissipating safely into the groundwater. If you're planning to inst... Read More »

Who pays for a perc test?

It is the seller's responsibility to cover the cost of having a percolation test done. Perc tests are necessary before selling a property if it is not connected to a public sewer system. The test m... Read More »

Can you get broadband without a land land line or at least with another phone company other than bt?

you can have several choices...thru cable...or a naked DSL-line( non-home-phone-line) or the best at last wif-fi got to see all your providers, and make a wise decision! the wi-fi ... Read More »

How far do marine VHF radios transmit land to land?

On One Hand: Efficient Communication on the SeaA marine VHF radio works on what is called very high frequency. There are several channels between 156 MHz and 174 MHz. These radios work on line of s... Read More »