Repairing Septic Systems
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If you own a commercial building which uses a septic system, it is bound to need cleaning and the occasional repair over time. Properly maintaining your system can help to save you in both time and the cost of repairs and replacements, as well as to protect the environment. We recommend having your septic system inspected at least once every few years, even if you are not experiencing any issues.
You should also have your tank pumped every three to five years, or as recommended in your equipment's owner manual. Preventative measures are often a fraction of the cost of repair, and are far more stress-free than an emergency plumbing situation. When your septic tank is due for its regular maintenance or is in need of a repair, you can count on our experienced and knowledgeable service experts to help. This type of work should only be trusted to a professional, as trying to tinker with your equipment yourself can lead to very serious damage.
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Clearing Septic System Backups
When you think of a septic tank backup or problem, you likely think of a small issue such as a clogged toilet. Unfortunately, a backup in your septic tank can be much more wide-ranging than one individual issue, such as a system-wide problem. The potential contamination and property damage involved in a septic backup which goes unhandled can be quite drastic.
The signs of a septic system backup include:
- Sewage backup in the drains or toilet
- Bad odors around your home
- Slow flushing or draining toilet
- Bacteria in your well
If you call on us for any type of septic system repair or maintenance, you can trust our team to be available 24/7/365 to help. We show up on time, do not charge for service calls, and are very tidy and courteous.