Septic SystemThere’s nothing like the feeling of regret for not doing something you should have done and then paying the consequences later . . . like planning on changing the oil in your car for months but not getting around to it till you had thousands of dollars in engine damage, or treating a tooth ache with Tylenol but ignoring it so long that the trip to the dentist required a root canal instead of a filling. With most things, regular check-ups and maintenance are not only wise, but they also save you money, time and pain in the long run. Septic system maintenance is no exception to that rule.

When it comes to septic system maintenance, it is usually recommended that you get your system pumped every 1-3 years. If you don’t know when the last time your septic system was checked, it may be a good idea to schedule a check, so you know if your tank is one that needs yearly pumping or if it can maybe go longer.

Sam at Brandon Septic is a good judge of septic systems and their capabilities and can suggest a good timetable to stick to for your septic system maintenance. Ignoring your septic system’s needs could not only cost you a lot of money if the system itself is damaged, but can also cause problems with everything affected if the pump gets clogged and overflows. Not to mention the overall ‘crappy’ situation you would find yourselves in if your septic system were out of commission while repairs were being made. Avoid the hassle and call us at Brandon Septic for your septic system maintenance. Make the call today to take advantage of our special internet offer of septic pumping for the low price of $225!