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Septic Pumping

It is important to keep perform routine maintenance on your septic tank to keep your septic system working properly. The EPA suggest that your tank be pumped every three to five years. Your suggested pumping interval depends on the size of your tank, the number of people in you household and how you treat your plumbing system. Our trained technician will teach you the proper way to maintain your system.

What Happens Inside A Septic Tank?

There are all sorts of bacteria in your septic tank. Just like your digestive system there is a good bacteria that needs to be fed and protected in your septic tank. This bacteria breaks down organic solids and helps to separate them from the liquid in your tank. The liquid then travels to a portion of your septic system called the drain or leach field field. The water drains or leaches into the ground. The soil below the drain lines filter effluent as it passes through the pore spaces. Chemical and biological processes treat the effluent as it percolates down through the soil. The treatment process cleans the effluent before it reaches the groundwater. This works best when the soil is somewhat dry, permeable, contains adequate amounts of oxygen and there is enough soil depth to complete the cleaning process.

Keeping your septic tank maintained insures that this process works properly for years to come. Without maintaining your septic tank you can cut the expected life of your septic system down and create environmentally hazardous conditions.

Give us a call today to set-up your septic tank cleaning!

Signs That You Need Septic Pumping

There are many commonalities when it comes to Septic Tanks in Savannah, Ga. Some symptoms are higher risk than others due to lack of maintenance. Here are some of the signs that you should pick up the phone and call us now:
If you experience of notice any one of these signs, we highly suggest you give us a call ASAP for Septic Pumping in Savannah, Ga. (912) 236-3333

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