Your drain field may appear hidden, but the signs are clear when you need a septic tank service. Keep reading to see if you should give us a call.
While your septic tanks’ drain field is underground, there are several signs that indicate it needs to be serviced, such as a pump or repair. If you have a septic tank, the following are three signs that you should give us a call.
Sign #1: Puddles In Your Yard
Are you noticing sunken ground or some puddles in your yard? If so, this may mean that your septic tank is full or clogged. If water and waste are having trouble flowing through, it can build up and cause these pools of water on your lawn or patches of dead grass from the puddles.
Sign #2: It Doesn’t Smell Quite Right
Another sign that you need a septic tank service is if there is a smelly odor that you’ve previously never noticed. This is the most common sign that your septic tank may need repair and you should call us ASAP.
Sign #3: Slow Drains and Sewage Backups
Lastly, the third sign you need septic tank service is if you notice your plumbing is draining much slower than normal. This can indicate that your septic tank needs to be pumped to clear the sewage that’s backed up and overflowing with materials–these are a part of regular maintenance and should be regularly scheduled.
When Was The Last Time You Scheduled A Septic Tank Service?
Routine maintenance is the best prevention of needing serious septic tank service. When was the last time you scheduled a routine septic tank service, such as an inspection or pump?
If it’s been a while, consider getting an inspection at the very least to determine the septic tanks’ age which will help you gauge its lifespan.
Below are just a few additional services we can help with:
- Septic tank installation, repair, cleaning
- Septic pump replacement
- Drainfield installation
Our goal is to keep your septic system functioning in top condition throughout the year. That’s why we offer high-quality repair, cleaning, maintenance, and inspection services to our customers throughout eastern and central Florida. Contact us today and get in touch to set up an appointment to discuss an action plan for your septic tank.