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- Bad odors – As septic tanks gets overfull, gases may start coming from your drains, toilets, and drain field area. When you smell an unpleasant odor, give us a call and we can inspect it.
- Slow drains – If your drains, tubs, showers, and toilets are draining slower than usual. We suggest giving us a call to inspect, as you may need septic pumping or something else, but you don’t want to leave slow drains unattended.
- Sewage backups –When this happens, it is very unpleasant and you need to schedule a pumping service immediately.
- Standing water—When a septic tank gets full, water can start to collect in different places on your property. Inspecting your drain field and around the septic tank itself is a very good practice. If you find water showing up anywhere it doesn’t usually collect, give us a call.
- Patch of green lawn – When grass over your drain field is greener and healthier than the rest of your lawn, you might have septic problem and we suggest a visit to diagnose.
- Nitrate content in well water – If your home relies on well water, you don’t want wastewater leaching into it.
- Your calendar says so – The best time to schedule septic pumping is according to a schedule. Mark your calendar and call us when it is due.