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When you have issues with your septic system, you could be on the road to disaster. Brunson Pump Service can help you clean and maintain your system to help you avoid serious issues in the future.
What is a Septic System?
Your home’s septic (or waste disposal) system is what keeps your plumbing afloat. It includes your plumbing fixtures, pipes, sewer lines, air vents, and the tank itself. It works by containing the waste from your household for a period of time in order to dispose of it later on. By holding the waste for a while, it allows the solid waste to become sludge and the liquid and oils to become scum. This process efficiently removes the waste from your household and deposits it elsewhere without spreading harmful viruses or bacteria.
How Does Septic Tank Cleaning Work?
While septic tanks are made of durable materials, like concrete or fiberglass, if left uncleaned or maintained, numerous issues can occur. Septic cleaning can remove buildup, clogs, and blockage that could be preventing your home’s system from operating properly.
Warning Signs to Keep an Eye Out For
Fortunately, there are numerous warning signs to keep an eye out for to know if something is up with your system. These include unusual bad odors, ponding water, noisy and gurgling pipes, greener grass, water backup, and slow draining in sinks and tubs. These issues can be caused by clogs, slow drainage due to buildup, blockages preventing water from draining properly, and overflowing due to any one of these issues. Be sure to keep an eye out for anything suspicious. Catching the problem early on allows us to clean it before it turns into a serious issue.
Caring for Your System: Dos and Don’ts
There are many ways you can care for your home’s waste disposal system on your own as well. Here are some of the dos and don’ts to help assure things go smoothly:
The Dos: A few things you can do to keep your septic system up and running include pumping it yearly, dumping only biodegradable items, fixing faucets when they leak or get damaged, and repairing toilet leaks soon after they happen. All of these things can help keep your home’s waste disposal tank running smoothly and will avoid wasting a ton of water.
The Don’ts: Avoid putting things like paint, oil, over the counter drain cleaners, feminine products, condoms, cigarettes, cat litter, and other harmful items down your drain. Avoid using a garbage disposal unit often and don’t build a pool or driveway over where your home’s tank is.
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If you’re in need of septic tank pumping and cleaning, we have you covered. Call us today!