You’ll Never Need to Worry About Your Septic Tank Again
We could be wishful thinking, but we know how to avoid septic tank emergencies from ever spoiling your day – or night – again. Why not let your septic tank be the last thing on your mind? We’ll think about that for you. Then, you can go on living your life.
Septic System 101
There are some basic components to your septic system: the pipes, the tank and the drain field. The pipes, or sewer line, bring the waste and water from your bathrooms to the tank, which holds waste solids and water, and is buried in your yard. The water is removed from the tank through a drain that leads to the mound or the drain field. The solids collect and begin to decompose. The tank needs to be emptied regularly to work properly. If the solids get too high in the tank, the sewage will begin to back up in your home through toilets and possibly drains. You DO NOT want to deal with this mess.
How To Keep Your Septic Tank Working Properly
To keep your septic system working properly, you need to have it emptied as needed. The time between pumping varies. Is your tank at your residence or your business? How many people use the bathroom facilities regularly?
Emptying your septic tank is a professional task. When looking for a septic pumping service, check out their credentials and customer testimonials. In addition, there are local and state laws that need to be followed. At Eco Pump Services, we understand the laws and have the necessary license, credentials and certificates.
We can help you determine how often your tank needs emptying and cleaning. For many families, that time is every three to four years. For others, it may mean every few months. Once your usage is determined accurately, all that’s left is to get the tank pumped regularly. This is quite likely the only maintenance you need, unless a pump fails or some other mechanical piece needs replacement.
Will Regular Pumping GUARANTEE I Never Have Septic Tank Problems?
Of course, occasionally, things can and do go wrong, even when you follow all the steps correctly. So, we cannot guarantee you’ll never have a septic system problem; but we can help keep the odds in your favor.
If you can’t remember the last time your septic tank was pumped, it’s time to call Eco Pump Services at (305) 557-2791. We will give you a free estimate and schedule your septic tank pumping at a time most convenient to you.