So enjoyable to get comments from loyal, happy customers like Janet in Michigan: “I just had to write to tell you how extremely happy my husband and I are with your septic treatment……we sold our house, and had the septic tank inspected today. We have NOT HAD the septic tank pumped for several years (I’m thinking 3-4). We used to have it pumped when we could tell by the slowness and sounds it made, at least every 2 years. My husband showed the inspector what we use. He said, “this system does NOT need pumping.” I will write it on the report and my report overrides the county. Using your product faithfully around the first of every month has saved us several hundred dollars. The community we are moving to has sewer system, so we won’t need your product, but I will notify the new owners, AND I am going to tell my kids about it. I am so glad to know about your company. Thank you!”
If you were doing research to find the best product for getting rid of ugly algae in your lake or pond, how would you approach the challenge? Since there are so many products on the market, it can be overwhelming. Should I choose a quick fix or a natural, balanced approach?
Think of it this way; if you wanted to lose weight, what would be the smart choice? Sure, liquid diets work by starving you. But would you be able to do this for the rest of your life? If you knew exercising would add 7 years to your life, would you be able to exercise every day and keep it going forever? These are life challenges we all face. It comes down to believing and challenging yourself on a daily basis. It can be very rewarding to see the transformation into the new you.
If you’re wondering how this relates to algae, the correct answer for which product works best for your lake or pond is the natural product that achieves balance over a reasonable time period. You start slow, getting used to the change. Just like dieting and exercise, you may not see any big results at first.
With our natural algae treatment product, it may look worse when you start the process. And let’s face it, seeing green algae turning brown and floating on top of your pond is not pretty. But think of the billions of microscopic algae microbes out competing the algae for the nutrients in the water and taking away this food source. Little by little they also eat away the dead matter floating on the top.
The same concept of eating less and exercising more shrinks the fat cells and builds muscle. It all comes down to being in better shape than when you started. The goal is to create a healthy, balanced plan of attack and soon you will reap the rewards.
On April 12, 1980 Marathon of Hope began!
Having lost a leg to bone cancer three years earlier, 21-year-old Canadian athlete Terry Fox began a journey dubbed the Marathon of Hope to raise money for his charity. Today, The Terry Fox Run will become the biggest single-day charitable event in history to benefit cancer research.
Here is Terry’s Story: