WHEN TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF SEPTIC TANK PUMPING
There are many factors that go into figuring out when or how often to pump your tank. The capacity of the tank, the amount of waste water that goes into it, how many people are in your home, and the amount of solids and non-biodegradable materials go into the tank all make estimates differ from house to house. The recommended average for most of them is every two or three years. However, there are other tell-tale signs that you need your tank pumped, including the following:
- Pooling water in your yard
- Slow draining in sinks
- Odors in the yard
- Unusually healthy patches of grass
- Sewage backup in the drains or lawn
While some of these signs could indicate a different problem, such as a ruptured pipe or simple clog, our specialists are happy to analyze the situation and give you a more definite answer.
Sometimes, you’ll know something’s wrong with your septic tank without knowing exactly what. You may have just had what you thought was a good septic tank cleaning from a different company, but found out they weren’t as thorough as you had hoped. There may be other issues, such as ground shifts or trees roots crowding your system and causing it to malfunction.
With our septic tank inspection professionals by your side, you can get to the main problem quickly. We’ll work diligently to repair any issue quickly so you can get back to not worry about your tank.
If you need help with your septic tank, contact us today. We service septic tanks in St. Charles, Wentzville, St. Peters, O'Fallon, and Metro East, Missouri.