Eliminate The Problems: Why Keep Your Septic System Clean And Sanitary


If you haven't had your septic system cleaned, don't wait to schedule an appointment. You might not know this, but septic cleaning does more than empty the tank. Septic cleaning also removes germs and bacteria. But, routine septic cleaning also extends the life of your septic system. That means you won't need to replace your septic system as often. It also means that you won't need to deal with septic-related malfunctions. If you're not sure you need to clean your septic system, read the list provided below. Here are four reasons to get your septic system cleaned before you experience septic problems. 

Avoid Embarrassing Odors

If you have a dirty septic tank, you need to worry about odors. Bacteria build up in the septic tanks and in the drains. Without proper cleaning, bacteria causes sewage odors. In fact, your home and yard could smell like raw sewage. If you want to stop embarrassing odors from getting into your house, you need to maintain a cleaning schedule for your septic system. You should also clean and sanitize the tanks each time you have them pumped. That process kills and removes the bacteria left behind in the tank.

Prevent Property Damage

If you own a home, you want to prevent property damage. One way to do that is to keep your septic system clean. You might not realize it, but a dirty septic system can cause serious damage to your home and your yard. Raw sewage can back up into your home. Backups can cause extensive water damage. But, backups can also cause sewage-related damage to your home. Unfortunately, home insurance doesn't always cover septic-related damage. That's why you need to keep your septic clean. A clean septic system is less likely to back up. 

Protect Resale Value

If you want to protect the value of your home, you need to take care of the septic system. Problems with your septic system can undermine the value of your home. That's especially true if your seepage pit fails. When seepage pits fail, sewage water can seep into the soil. Unfortunately, that can lead to soil erosion and contamination. Luckily, you can protect the value of your home and prevent soil erosion. You can keep your septic system clean. 

Don't take chances with your residential septic system. Schedule an appointment to have your septic system emptied and cleaned at least once every three to five years. For more information on septic tank cleaning, contact a professional near you.


24 March 2023

What Lies Beneath: A Septic Website

You know what stinks? An overflowing septic tank that needs pumping. You know what doesn't stink? This website. Here, we dive into the most gnarly of septic-related topics without an ounce of embarrassment. Here, you'll find articles on sewage backups, how to keep your family from ruining your septic tank, and what you should and should not flush down your toilet. If it's septic-related, you can bet we will go there. Your septic tank may lie beneath the soil, but we don't believe in hiding. Start reading here, and you'll also gain a better understanding of how septic systems work and how to maintain them. Your pipes and grass will thank you.