How To Disguise Your Septic Tank
Roughly one-fourth of all homes in America depend on an onsite wastewater treatment system, also called a septic system. Many of these homeowners, however, are unaware of routine maintenance requirements. Among the most important are septic pumping and septic cleaning. Residents who need septic service and septic tank cleaning in Garner can call Septic Blue to schedule a convenient appointment. We are your local septic company in Garner. We also offer emergency septic tank pumping in Garner. Call Septic Blue today to speak with a friendly representative. Don’t forget to explore our website for coupons and discounts and ask our representative about ongoing promotional offers.
In a centralized sewer system, all of the waste and wastewater generated by your household travels through the sewer line, toward a local treatment facility. A septic system takes care of everything, including treatment, on site. While the wastewater percolates through the soil for treatment, the solid waste remains in the septic tank. Fortunately, "good" bacteria break down the solid waste into sludge, thereby saving space. Eventually, however, even the sludge will fill the tank. This is when septic pumping comes into play.
If you do not pump out the septic tank, you can expect wastewater and sewage backups as well as more serious problems such as a septic system failure. The last thing you want is your yard to be flooded with sewage.
Septic cleaning and septic pumping are often used interchangeably but there is a small-but-important difference between the two. Septic pumping gets rid of the majority of waste in the septic tank, but septic cleaning goes a step further by scrubbing clean the inside of the tank. This is important if you want your septic system to have maximum capacity. Otherwise, hardened waste can unnecessarily occupy space even after a septic pumping is complete.
There is no golden number here. The frequency of your septic pumping will depend on factors including the size of your household and septic tank as well as your household’s activity level. A large, active household with a small septic tank will require more frequent service than a smaller household with a larger septic tank.
As a rule of thumb, we advise homeowners schedule a wastewater treatment system cleaning once every two to three years. If you are unsure about when your septic tank was last pumped, then schedule an appointment as soon as possible. It is better to be safe than sorry.
Garner, NC residents who have been searching the web for "septic tank pumping near me" can breathe a sigh of relief. Septic Blue is proud to serve all areas of Garner with quick, reliable, and affordable septic service. Call Septic Blue today to consult with a representative and schedule a flexible appointment. We are also at your service when you need emergency septic pumping in Garner. Our live representatives and septic technicians are on standby for your call.