If you have a septic system in your house, sewage and wastewater drains from your home to an underground tank where it is treated and dispersed into the ground. Microorganisms (commonly called bacteria, although this includes protozoa, fungi, and other microbes) that develop naturally in the tank, digest and break down the organic matter. To help these microorganisms keep up with the sewage in your septic tank, every few years, you’ll pay around $450 to have your tank emptied, or pumped. The DiMora Team are real estate experts in the Northville and Novi neighborhoods and we realize that if you own a home, are buying a home, or will be selling a home with a septic system, flushing out other important details can make your head swirl. As it breaks down, the sewage in your tank separates into three layers. Solids settle to the bottom in a layer called sludge. Oil and grease form the top layer, which is called scum. The layer between the sludge and scum is a liquid called effluent. Effluent is pre-treated wastewater that drains out of the tank into a shallow drainfield. Highly toxic methane gas rises to fill the space at the top of the tank. Check out below to see what sold in Stonewater in December 2021:
18405 Stoneridge Court, Northville: 4 bedrooms, 4.2 bathrooms, 4,149 sq. feet, 4 car garage, Sold Price: $1,350,000
Stonewater Home Sold
To mitigate risks such as a drastic change in the housing market, a scarcity of reliable tenants, your liability if someone hurts themselves on your property, or any other dilemma, you should purchase the property through a LLC to protect your personal assets. For more information on Stonewater, or similar Northville or Novi neighborhoods such as Tuscany Reserve, Fox Hollow and Woods of Edenderry, contact The DiMora Team today at 248-505-7728 or firstname.lastname@example.org.