Having a septic tank on your property is an efficient and cost-effective way to deal with waste. However, septic systems need regular maintenance in order to work without a problem. If you have a septic system in your home, septic pumping is something you can’t go without. Here are a few signs that indicate you need to get septic pumping done as soon as possible:
Some septic systems are backed by an alert system that lets you know when the system needs to be pumped. If you notice there is a light flashing or siren sounding, get your system pumped.
Can you barely stand to be in your backyard because of the smell? Foul or unpleasant odors surrounding your system indicate that it’s time to get your system pumped.
When your septic tank is full, you may find that your toilets are backed up and won’t seem to flush no matter how many times you plunge them.
If it’s been a few years since you had septic pumping done, you should put this on your to-do list. Homeowners should generally have their system pumped every three to five years, even if it appears to be working fine.
When your septic system needs to be pumped, you may find that there are small puddles of water throughout your yard or an abundance of smelly water surrounding the tank.
If you’ve put off getting your septic system pumped because of cost, don’t wait any longer. Call Sam today for a free estimate to find out how much it will cost to get your septic system back in working order.