Septic pumping is a crucial step in maintaining a soakaway system. It is the process of removing sludge, scum, and effluent from the tank to facilitate proper sewage breakdown and treatment. A pump-out leaves you with an empty tank that can accommodate more wastewater from the house. Below are four things you should do during a pump-out to improve the performance of your septic system. Clean Both Tank Compartments Dual-compartment tanks improve the quality of effluent sent to the drain field.…Read More »
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As part of routine septic system maintenance, you should regularly pump your tank to remove the sludge that accumulates at the bottom part of the tank over time. Here’s why you shouldn’t ignore the need for routine septic tank pumping. It Keeps Your Septic System Healthy You may experience many problems with your home’s plumbing if the sludge collecting at the bottom of your septic tank accumulates to a level where it blocks the effluent piping.…Read More »
Septic systems are a great way to save money and avoid the hassle of having to deal with a traditional septic system. But you also have to be aware of the responsibilities of having a septic system and how to properly maintain it. For example, septic tanks must be emptied and cleaned on a regular basis. Keeping your septic tank clean is the best way to keep your septic system working.…Read More »