Septic Pumping 

Getting a septic tank professionally pumped is the most important phase of maintaining a septic system. Depending upon the size of a septic tank - plus the amount of individuals within a household, it is highly recommended that a septic tank is pumped every 4 or 5 years. If you live in a large household, your septic tank may need to be pumped more often. It is important to avoid neglecting your septic tank because solid waste can escape from the septic tank and enter into the drainage system. This can cause a septic system failure.

Septic Tank Cleaning

In addition to getting your septic tank pumped regularly, the following are a few sewer and septic service tips to help maintain your septic system and prevent costly repairs.

• Get your septic tank inspected regularly.

• Avoid throwing household wastes such as paint, gasoline or oil into toilets or sinks.

• Never throw cigarettes, paper towels, diapers, candy wrappers or trash into your toilet.

• Only plant grass over your septic system. Shrubbery and tree roots can clog and even damage your septic system.

• Avoid parking your car on your septic system because the weight can cause damage to the pipes and septic tank.

• Avoid adding any kind of store brand treatments in place of getting your septic tank pumped. Some treatments can damage your septic tank system. Only hire a certified sewer and septic company to pump your septic tank.

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When your septic tank needs pumping, our representatives are standing by to accept your call and assist you with all your septic service needs. To schedule an appointment, contact our Septic Tank Pumping Company today!