Do you need Septic Tank Pumping in Centerport? Call now and schedule your Septic Tank Cleaning today.
When was the last time your septic tank was pumped? Over time, solid waste accumulates in this important part of your plumbing system, and if it’s not regularly pumped out, it can cause serious problems for you, your family, and neighbors. It’s not the most fun service to think about paying for, but a healthy septic tank means it works efficiently, is clean, and undetected by everyone in and around your property.
How to Tell Your Septic Tank is Full
Septic tank maintenance isn’t a job for the average homeowner, however, you can keep an eye out for the warning signs and call in the experts before it becomes an issue.
Look for these signs:
- A backed-up toilet
- Strong smell of sewerage in your yard
- Standing water in the yard
- A clogged drain
If you’ve got a new septic tank it might have a built-in alarm. If you see lights flashing and an alarm sounding, we can help pump it out.
Pumping out the septic tank ensures that it remains effective at managing your home's wastewater. This is because the sole function of a septic tank is to remove solid waste and scum from the wastewater and to ensure that the only water that is absorbed into the soil is the one that is nitrogen-rich and containing phosphorous. The tank filters all the solid waste and grease from the wastewater and retains it as a sludge and scum. Although the sludge undergoes decomposition thanks to the bacteria in the septic tank, the decomposition is not enough to clear the entire waste. As a result, the tank must be pumped to prevent waste build up.
Regular septic tank pumping ensures that you never have to deal with the consequences of a full septic tank. A full septic tank is bad news for any homeowner. This is because once the sludge builds up inside your septic tank, it might cause problems that are often very expensive to fix. For instance, the build-up could affect your home's drainage causing clogged sinks and sending nasty odors in your home. When drainage problems persist, you might even have to deal with raw sewer on your floors, something that might cost you dearly to clean.
Drain and Line Cleaning
When a septic system is part of your plumbing, drain cleaners aren’t really an option. This is because they kill the bacteria your septic tank uses to break down household waste. Drain cleaner can be used but only sparingly. Instead, give us a call and we’ll perform a professional drain and sewer cleaning service, without harming the bacteria.
We have years of experience in septic system pumping, cleaning, and maintenance and can handle any size job you send our way. The services we provide are top quality and our technicians take pride in their work. We promise to keep:
- Your yard clean, tidy, free of debris and waste
- Odor from the tank to a minimum
- Detailed records of every service we perform
- Your septic tank functioning efficiently throughout its lifetime
Next time you need help with your septic tank don’t hesitate to give us a call. We’ll dispatch an experienced technician to your home as soon as possible.
Why Pro Plumbers?
Expect your plumbing issue to be taken care of by a conscientious and experienced plumbing expert.
We take immediate action when a pipe broke or flood damage occurred to prevent mold formation.
Great Customer Care
Our plumbers treat you respectfully and will leave your house as clean as they found it.
A partner you can rely on.
A very competent and friendly employee arrived at my house. Was not the most low-priced in comparison, but I found also no reason to complain! Gladly again, if it becomes necessary ;-)
There was a water damage in my house. I called at 8:00 a.m. and asked for quick help. At 9:00 o'clock a friendly gentleman already stood with me, locating the source of damage behind the wall in the kitchen. After the access to the wall was made possible by dismantling the kitchen, the same service employee came on the same (!) day again, opened the wall and stopped the defect. Even a missing spare part was brought along just in time.
Septic Tank Pumping Services
Centerport PA, Berks County
Phone: (201) 335-8651
24-hour service available with no extra charge.
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