Pumping your septic tank regularly is the most important thing that you can do to protect your system. Failing septic systems are expensive to repair or replace, and improper maintenance by homeowners is a common cause of system failure.
Regular pumping, as a preventative maintenance, costs very little in comparison to the cost of a new system. The expense of a failing septic system doesn’t end at your pocket-book, however. Systems that have not been properly maintained can leak domestic waste into the groundwater, contaminating drinking water sources. Bacteria and viruses from human waste can cause diseases like hepatitis and dysentery.
At Economy Septic, we pride ourselves in the safe and affordable removal of wastewater and sludge from septic tanks. Not sure where your tank is located? Not a problem! We use an electronic locator to find your tank. We can then dig to expose the lid of your tank. Once the lid is exposed, we can pump your septic tank. From beginning to end, Economy Septic Service can do it all!
We make ourselves available to answer your questions about your specific system, and we recommend a service frequency to let you know how often we suggest you have your tank pumped—sending you friendly reminder postcards when you are due to be serviced.
Other residential and commercial septic services you can depend on:
- Septic inspections
- Dye tests
- Electric eel service
- Hydro-jetting drain fields
- Maintenance on holding and grease tanks
- Camera service
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EPA’s SepticSmart initiative is a nation-wide public education effort that aims to inform homeowners living on properties serviced by septic systems on the importance of properly maintaining their septic system and provide valuable resources to help homeowners make important decisions regarding their wastewater management needs.