Your septic system is something that works day and night but is very seldom given any attention. What most of us don’t realize is that our septic system requires regular maintenance that involves septic pumping services to pump out the sludge. You don’t want to wait until something bad and stinky happens before you take action.
When it comes to your septic system, regular, scheduled septic pumping services are the key to keeping your septic system in good working order. Sludge build up cannot be avoided but regular septic pumping will help keep your system running smoothly. Regular septic pumping will also help to spot would-be problem areas that could be a disaster waiting to happen. SewerMan trained technicians will be able to recognize the warning signs that most homeowners don’t see.
At SewerMan we can evaluate your household septic system and put together a plan for your regular septic pumping and septic system maintenance. Call us today for an appointment.
For Residential Septic Pumping Call 800-739-3762
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Steps in Residential Septic Pumping Service
A septic pumping service involves the following steps:
- Locating the septic tank
- Inspecting the area around the septic tank before opening the tank or removing its cover
- Inspection of the tank before actual pumping
- Pumping out the tank while continually inspecting the tank
- Washing the septic tank after pumping
- Closing down the tank
- Recording the location of the tank
- Informing the homeowner that the job is done
How Often Should a Septic Tank be Pumped?
Every home has a unique septic system. What works for your neighbor may not necessarily work for you. Determining how often your tank needs pumping service will be determined by several factors. These factors include the age of the septic system, the size and shape of the tank, the number of household occupants, the quantity of laundry done at the home and whether or not you have a garbage disposal. It is best to discuss these factors with your septic tank technician when determining the optimum frequency of septic pumping service for your septic system.
At SewerMan we can create a septic pumping frequency table based on your specific needs, or if you prefer we can use an electronic device called a grease trap or septic tank monitor that can track down the level of scum, grease or sludge in a septic tank to determine the best schedule for septic pumping.
The pumping out of septic waste is an essential step in the maintenance of your septic system to extend the life of your septic field. You need not worry about how it is done but knowing when it should be done is critical.
Call SewerMan today to schedule your residential septic pumping and overall septic system maintenance.
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