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"We called Saving Septic and they were very responsive. They came withing 2 hours, when everyone said they will come tomorrow. They did an awesome job of draining our septic tank and advising us on how to use it efficiently. We were very happy with their service!."
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You should pump your septic tank every 3-5 years to keep it working properly. When you get your septic tank pumped, you are removing the solids that build up over time. This leaves space inside the tank to allow the effluent liquid to go out into the drain field to be disposed of correctly and prevent septic back ups.
You should not go longer than the recommended EPA guideline of every 3-5 years to pump your septic tank. Even though you may not notice a problem with your septic system, you should still maintain it properly to avoid septic back ups or drain field failures. Think of it like a vehicle. You need to change the oil every 3000-5000 miles. If you don’t, eventually, you’ll need a whole new engine!
Foul smell or water pooling in your yard
Septic or sewage backing up in tubs or sinks
If you experience any of these signs, get your septic tank pumped right away to avoid further damage to your drain or leach field as well as costly repairs to the inside of your home from a septic back up.
If your septic tank is backing up or you suspect that your septic tank is in need of pumping before you experience that dreadful back up, then you should use as little water as possible. This would include showers, washers, dishwashers, toilets, etc. The more water you put into the tank, the quicker it will overflow if it is already at it’s full capacity of solids.
If the septic tank is not beyond repair, the septic technician will pump out the tank in order to get to all the places that are cracked. He will then use a concrete filling agent to fill the cracks. Once the concrete sets, the tank will be safe to use.
Saving Septics is here to SAVE your SEPTIC and your wallet with honest septic pumping prices for a WELL DONE COMPLETE JOB!