Septic Tank Pumping
Septic tank pumping
Everyone dreads that moment when water starts bubbling up from the sink’s drain or when the toilet is clogged and it’s impossible to fix by hand. This can be a homeowner’s nightmare. It becomes even more precarious when your house isn’t connected to a city’s sewage system. When your drains are clogged, you have to be prepared to check on your septic system.
Why do we pump?
Unfortunately, most people don’t tend to their septic systems on a regular basis. This is partially due to the belief that the septic system is an infallible system that can never fail. It is also due to the fact that since you don’t see the direct effects of what’s on the other side of the drains, it’s out of sight and out of mind. In any case, the septic system is like any other tool, technology, or appliance: it requires constant maintenance.
What happens when you do not have your septic tank pumped?
When there is neglect of this system, the consequences are dire. When the tank is not pumped, the non-decomposed sludge and scum build up until they block the pipes that allow the watery effluent to travel efficiently to the leach field. This toxic material is filled with many kinds of non-bacteria that live inside the animal intestinal system that, when not properly decomposed, will threaten the healthy bacteria in the soil.
The beneficial bacteria in both the tank and leach field are the main driving force for the removal of harmful toxins and the dispersal of the effluent back to the ground soil or aquifer. Over time, these issues will cause health hazards to your family as well as the environment.
A septic tank pumping requires the advanced equipment and trained professionals that you’ll find with Advanced Septic Solutions Inc. From the moment you contact us we are dedicated to walking you through every step of the process and answering any questions you have about your household’s setup and particular requirements.
The first step in this process is getting the septic tank pumped, we’ll bring a vacuum truck, pump the tank, including any buildup of sludge.
Each time you get your tank gets pumped by us, we will do a visual inspection to ensure that any baffles, filter (if you have one) and tank look structurally sound. Our professionals will also offer guidance for household water use based on the size tank you have and offer any recommendations for additives that will help the beneficial bacteria flourish, keeping your system running smoothly.
With Advanced Septic Solutions Inc, you’re assured that we’ll care for both your family and the environment’s safety through every step of the process. It’s our mission to protect the integrity of your soil through the proper care of your septic tank and leach field. When you work with us, you have a team of trained professionals with years of experience in the Clarington area who are dedicated to your constant support through open communication and reliable services.