Septic Tank Maintenance There are many myths that surround septic tank maintenance. At Brandon Septic, we’re here to help you understand the truth about maintaining your tank and your entire system.

  1. Septic Systems Don’t Need to be Maintained. This is one of the main misconceptions our owner, Sam, and the rest of our team encounters. Unfortunately, you can’t have a septic tank installed and then never think about it again. Instead, there are several tasks, such as septic pumping, that you need to have done regularly to keep your system in good shape.
  2. You Only Have to Maintain a System that’s Having Problems. Septic tank maintenance needs to be performed well before you start having problems. Not only can this help protect the longevity of your system, but it can also prevent minor issues from turning into extensive problems.
  3. It’s Expensive to Perform Septic Tank Maintenance. Having septic tank maintenance done is a lot like getting the oil changed in your vehicle. If you don’t invest in changing your car’s oil, over time, your vehicle’s engine might fail. Likewise, if you don’t properly maintain your septic system, you may run into a problem that forces you to completely replace it. And, like replacing your car, this can be a lot more expensive than taking care of regular maintenance.

At Brandon Septic, we want to make sure that maintaining your septic tank and its other components is as cost-effective and hassle-free as possible. Take a look at the current online special we’re offering for septic tank pumping.