Are you thinking of postponing your Orlando septic tank pump replacement? Here are some signs that it’s time to schedule this service today.
A septic tank pump is an important part of your home septic system, and the time may come when you need to have it replaced. When this happens, you want the experts at Acme Environmental Services on the job. Not only do our years of experience and highly-rated customer service make us the septic contractor of choice, but we offer a wide variety of services to meet your needs.
The Low-Down On Your Orlando Septic Tank Pump Replacement
What Is A Septic Pump?
Your septic pump is a submersible pump located in your septic tank. When wastewater exits your home it flows into your septic tank through pipes, where the solid waste sinks to the bottom and the liquid waste, or effluent, rises to the top. This liquid waste is then pumped into your septic drain field or percolation area by the septic pump.
Why Do I Need An Orlando Septic Pump Replacement?
A malfunctioning septic pump can cause sludge and solid waste to build up in your septic tank, and create clogs in your drain field. Either of these issues can cause unexpected breakdowns, expensive repairs, and an overall bad time for any homeowner.
As a septic service provider, we recommend having your septic tank pumped out every 3 to 5 years. During these septic cleanings, our technicians will also clean out and inspect your septic pump, ensuring that it is still functioning properly. If it’s not, we will point out the problem and can schedule a replacement for you.
Signs You Need Repair Or Replacement ASAP
Like any pump, your septic pump has a lot of moving mechanical parts. If these mechanisms aren’t working the right way, they can grind together or make other noises that you may be able to hear if you stand above your septic tank. If it sounds like your septic pump may be having problems moving wastewater, it’s a good idea to have it looked at before anything worse happens.
You Think It May Be Clogged
You should never flush anything down your toilet except toilet paper. If you are new to septic systems or have had guests in town recently who aren’t used to a septic system, you or your guests may have accidentally flushed other items down the toilet, causing clogs in your septic pump. Things that should never be flushed include:
- Feminine hygiene products
- Baby wipes
- Other objects
You’ve Been Having Electrical Problems
While there are a lot of possible mechanical problems that could occur that would require an Orlando septic pump replacement, your septic pump relies on electricity to run. Electrical repairs are never something that should be a DIY project. If you believe that electrical problems are affecting your septic pump, it’s a good idea to schedule an inspection.
Call Acme Environmental Services For All Of Your Septic Needs
Our experienced technicians are here to provide your Orlando septic pump replacement and any of the other septic services you might need. Fill out the online contact form on our website and we will be in touch with you!