Keeping up with Septic Maintenance
Keeping up with your septic tank is an integral part of plumbing upkeep that far too many people unintentionally neglect. Maintaining your septic system is very important to sustaining a smooth home or commercial operation. With routine pumping and maintenance, a healthy septic system is remains flowing smoothly and remains out of sight and out of mind for homeowners until the next time it is routinely worked on to extend its life as long as possible.
Is Your Tank Full?
It’s important to make sure your septic tank doesn’t get too close to, let alone beyond, full. If you want functioning and odor free plumbing system it is best to try and have your septic tank pumped before it’s too late. For many homeowners, it’s hard to perform routine maintenance on their septic systems and eventually things start to fill up.
Some signs of a full septic tank are:
- Toilets begin backing up
- Your yard starts to turn swampy
- Strong, unpleasant smell in your yard
- Drains begin clogging