Full Service Septic has got your septic tank pumping covered. We can ensure that your septic tank will be inspected and cleaned correctly to industry recommendations and we will provide you with the most update to information on correct Septic Care. Full Service Septic is a permitted Septage Management Firm by NC Division of Waste Management (Solid Waste Division) and our permit # is NCS-01607.
Regular Septic Tank Pumping removes excess waste and water residue. These particles form clogs that block your septic system and lead to backups in your pipes. Pumping your septic tank allows water and waste to continue flowing smoothly through your plumbing system. Septic Tank Pumping and Cleaning is also done to get rid of the strong wastes on the bottom of your tank. The sludge has to be removed before it produces a build-up, and it also obstructs the outlet water pipe— the location where the fluid moves through— and drainpipes in the drainfield area
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) explains that septic tanks should be pumped once every two or three years. Get the support of the experts for help. They already have the essential products like mechanical pumping equipment to pump out your tank.
The regularity of a septic system pumping depends on many elements, including the actual size of your family, how much wastewater is made consistently, the quantity of strong waste, and the actual size of your septic tank. You could request the specialist at Full Service Septic, for a septic review to get an idea of the frequency of septic pumping services necessary for your house.
Having a backed-up septic system stinks! If you are one of the 25% of homeowners with a septic tank in your yard, you may experience an emergency one day.
On average, septic systems should be checked and pumped every 3 years but it doesn’t always happen. Septic systems also rely on bacteria to organically break down waste material. Adding chemicals or non-organic material to the tank can kill the necessary bacteria for a healthy system. The result can lead to many homeowners’ worst nightmare.
Signs You Have a Septic Emergency on Your Hands
You can usually follow your nose if you suspect something has run afoul, but just in case you need further evidence, look for the following issues:
What to Do If Your Septic Tank Is Backing Up
There are really only two options when your septic system backs up.
If you notice any of the signs above, do not put it off. Make the call right away to Full Service Septic at 704-224-4199, we can help with all your septic tank pumping and cleaning needs. Based in Salisbury, NC and serving all surrounding towns and counties.