what we do
One in five homes in the US has a septic system. A septic system removes largely organic waste from your house, taking the water and waste from washers, sinks, showers, and toilets before filtering the refuse. According to most experts, you should get your septic tank inspected at least every three to five years, which coincides with the time you should also have a septic tank pumped to keep it in good working order. Despite this, many people wait far longer to perform maintenance and may or may not sell their home with an unmaintained septic tank. Major repairs can cost thousands of dollars, which isn’t something you want attached to mortgage payments, closing costs, and other financial burdens associated with buying a new home.
A septic system failure causes untreated sewage to be released and transported to where it shouldn’t be. This may cause sewage to come to the surface of the ground around the tank or the drain-field or to back up in pipes in the building.
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The sewage could also find its way into groundwater, surface water, or marine water without us ever seeing it, leading to environmental contamination or contamination hazardous to drinking water and population health. Don’t risk your health or your home. A septic inspection every three to five years along with maintenance will guarantee your system works as needed, even if the previous owners of your new home neglected to inform you of the previous maintenance timeline.