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No job is to big or small for us here at the Septic Pros! Our experts have trained vigourously to ensure that the job is done right and the customer is beyond satisfied. From totally busted tanks all the way to preventative inspections, we do it all. Quality and attention to detail are our main focus here and we looking forward to hearing from you today! Give us a call at 555-555-5555
We do Pumping
A septic tank works by channelling waste that comes directly from the toilets in your home into a very large underground tank. The tank can be made of plastic or concrete, and the waste is separated from the tank in which it is located.
This layer is called scum or sewage sludge and consists mainly of oil and fat that sit in the water. That layer needs to be pumped to ensure that the waste can flow freely.This advantageous solution helps to avoid waste, dirt and other materials that contribute to clogging and costly repairs and spare parts. Remember that pumping sewage out of a sewage tank for the first time in more than two years can help rid you of problems that could eventually require costly replacement.
We do Repairs!!
As a septic system ages, problems can arise that eventually lead to its repair, and this has a direct impact on costs. For example, a technician can repair a small hole in the wall of a family home with a few hours of work immediately, but have a complete replacement that could take days. Repairs can also vary and have a direct impact on costs, such as installing and maintaining new sanitary and electrical appliances. If you encounter a problem like the one mentioned above or are wondering if you have any other problem, contact Septic Pro immediately. Ignoring problems or potential problems will only cause further damage to your system. Typical signs of possible problems are saturated soil, sewage rising from the ground in the garden or crawl area, and sewage filling into the house. If repairs are necessary, in most cases a septic repair permit is required and you can obtain a permit from your local environmental authority.
We do Inspections!!
A basic inspection involves the removal of the lid to access septic tanks, determining the amount of waste inside, ensuring that it is pumped, cleaned and purified and cleaning the sewage filters. A very basic runoff assessment is being carried out to determine where the runoff is and whether it is functioning properly. Disposal is what the homeowner needs to answer these questions and any other questions about the condition of his home. When buying a house with a septic system, it is always a good idea to have a specialist examine the property. In most cases, the bank or mortgage lender must carry out an inspection before completing the mortgage or home loan. The technician will carry out the same inspection of the sewage tank as above, but he will also access the distribution box and test the drainage field for water to ensure proper absorption. Sewage sludge – tank inspections should be carried out by a qualified specialist, such as a sewage plant technician or a professional sewer engineer.
Why choose the Septic Pros?
We pride ourselves on providing the friendliest and most professional services while remaining competitive. We understand that customers have a choice when choosing a service provider and we pride ourselves on providing the friendliest and most professional services to stay competitive! If there is a problem with your system, our goal is to prevent it from getting worse, and if there are problems that need to be fixed, we diagnose and fix the problem as quickly and inexpensively as possible – effectively. Our field technicians are experienced in the septic industry and we are professionally trained to maintain and analyze systems.
The Septic Pros aim to give homeowners the opportunity to do simple, everyday things to extend the life of their wastewater treatment plant. A simple check – and a quick, easy-to-use system repair kit – will bring you closer to how your system works. Though some septic problems can be avoided, some are still inevitable. The best advice for homeowners is to actively protect the system by using septically safe toilet fabric, using a clean, non-toxic water treatment system, avoiding the disposal of grease, food and solids into the tank.