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#1 Septic Tank Pumping Warner Robins & Surrounding Area

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Septic tank pumping Warner Robins consists of a reservoir tank which separates wastewater into three layers: floating scum, water, and sludge. The water layer is treated and siphoned off into the drain field, where it seeps out into the surrounding soil several feet underground. While it is recommended to have your septic system inspected by a professional plumber at least once every three to five years, there are several factors that can increase recommended septic pumping guidelines, such as:

Rate of Use

A household that uses a significant amount of water will need to pump their septic system more frequently, particularly if the tank is undersized or if there is an increase in the number of family members in the home. Some utilities such as water softeners and hot tubs can overload the septic system and disturb the solids inside. The early warning signs septic system blockages are easily identifiable, and typically involve backwash, slow drainage, and wet areas around the tank and drainage field.

Amount of Solids

A high amount of solids entering the system (usually via the garbage disposal) will affect the frequency of septic pumping. More solids means that the sludge layer will accumulate more quickly, as will the scum layer if the solids are particularly oily.

Electrical/Mechanical Components

If your system uses items such as electrical float switches or water pumps, then it’s important to have these components professionally inspected annually to spot any early signs of damage or wear and tear. Be aware that no amount of tank additives can replace regular pumping, so do not forget to schedule an annual checkup with your septic company.

Sergeant Rooter and Septic has over 39 years of experience in providing professional septic tank pumping Warner Robins GA homes and businesses. Call (478) 449-2188 today to schedule a service appointment.

Other Septic Services Offered

Sergeant Septic offers complete septic system service for your home or business. Call us today for:

Be Careful Of What Goes Into The Septic Tank

Don’t put anything down the drain that is not designed to be. Make sure that anything that goes in the toilet will not clog any part of the septic system. Try not to use large amounts of chemicals that are consider toxic, or poisonous. Labels can help key you into the potential toxicity of various products. The word “Danger” or “Poison” on a label indicates that the product is highly hazardous. “Warning” tells you the product is moderately hazardous. “Caution” means the product is slightly hazardous. (“Nontoxic” and “Septic Safe” are terms created by advertisers to sell products.)

Septic Tank Repair & Maintenance

The only difference between the two is a little know how. Having your septic tank pumped every three to five years is only the first step to keeping your septic tank healthy.

There are a few important factors in proper septic tank maintenance that you as the homeowner can do to keep your septic system flowing properly.

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Septic Field Line Repair & Replacement

Once water travels through the septic tank it enters the drain field and is leached throughout the yard. This drain system is only designed for so much water. Outdated toilets, that waste extra water to flush, can be replaced with more efficient models to help cut down water usage. Also, pay attention to leaky faucets or fixtures that could be adding unnecessary water to the septic leach field.

Trusted Experts Available 24/7

You can start by calling our team today at (478) 449-1288. We offer free estimates for field lines diagnoses.

If you notice any of these signs please call Sergeant Septic: