Quality Septic Tank Maintenance Athens GA

Following up with proper septic tank maintenance keeps your system running well, ensures it lasts as long as it should, and helps your family stay healthy. At Septic Tank Pros Athens GA, we have partners when it comes to septic maintenance, so you can relax knowing that your system is getting everything it needs.

Septic Maintenance: Pumping and Cleaning

Arguably, the most important thing you can do for your system is to have an experienced technician perform septic pumping and clean the tank every 3-5 years. If your house has a garbage disposal, water softener, or something else that may contribute to filling the tank quicker, you may have to have septic system maintenance performed annually.

What to Expect During a Septic Tank Maintenance Appointment

When a technician arrives, he’ll have to locate the tank and dig to gain access to the ports. The bottom of the tank builds up a layer of “sludge” over time. This is solid waste, which has to be removed in order for your system to function properly. If left unattended, the tank can overfill, causing the system to fail and sewage to back up into the household. The technician will pump the sludge out and take it to a facility so that it can be properly disposed of.  Oftentimes, a thorough cleaning is given to the tank as part of the septic maintenance call. By hydro-jetting away the debris and residue the technician can perform a better inspection. He’ll examine all the parts inside the tank and make sure nothing is wearing out due to age or has broken. If everything checks out, you’re set for another 3-5 years.

DIY Septic Tank Maintenance

There are laws and guidelines that specifically relate to the disposal of waste, so it’s always a good idea to let a professional handle your regular septic system maintenance. Moreover, a highly-trained set of eyes will pick up any issues, so they don’t get the chance to become serious problems. However, there are certain things you can do to help ensure your system lasts for decades.

1) Know where your tank and leach field are located. You’ll need to protect the area. Make sure nobody drives over the top of it and don’t plant anything near it or the leach field. Grass is ok, but trees, shrubs, and other plants have invasive roots that can damage your system.

2) Minimize water consumption. The less you add to the tank, the less often it will need pumping. Pay special attention to leaky faucets, as these can overload a system in no time at all.

3) Make sure everyone in the household knows what not to flush. Things like baby wipes, tampons, and diapers may be a given, but chemicals can also damage the system and cause harm to the environment.

Call Septic Tank Pros Athens GA for your Septic Tank Maintenance Today

Whether your system just needs a basic checkup or comprehensive septic tank maintenance, our partner technicians at Septic Tank Pros Athens GA will see to your needs in an efficient and courteous manner. Call (706) 608-8250 today.

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