Septic PumpingWhen it comes to septic pumping, there are tons of myths that surround this essential septic service. Here are four of the most common myths about septic pumping that we’ve come across at Brandon Septic and why they aren’t true.

  1. Septic Pumping Doesn’t Matter- Has anyone ever told you septic pumping is a septic service you really don’t need? If you have, we hope you didn’t believe them. In order to maintain the functionality of your septic tank, it’s essential that you get it pumped.
  1. You Should Have Your Septic System Pumped All the Time- Although septic pumping is an important maintenance task, it’s not one that needs to be completed all the time. Depending on the size of your septic tank and the number of people living in your home, you will probably need to have your tank pumped every 3 to 5 years.
  1. You Can Pump Your Septic Tank by Yourself- If you’re an avid do-it-yourselfer, trust us when we say septic pumping is a task that should be left up to a team of professionals. This is because proper environmental procedures need to be followed when solid waste is collected from your septic tank and disposed of.
  1. It Doesn’t Matter Who Pumps Your Septic Tank- Anyone with a septic pump truck can successfully take care of the septic pumping process for you, right? Wrong. Make sure you have your septic tank pumped by a team you can trust and leave things up to us at Brandon Septic.