Frequently Asked Questions
The cost to replace your system depends on various factors, such as the size of the tank. The average cost for a 4-bedroom system tank can range from $6K to $10K, and a 6-bedroom system can cost $8K to $12K. Call us today to learn how much your specific septic service needs might cost.
No, you should not plant anything over your cesspool or septic tank. Your system needs to be accessible. In the event of a failure or overflow, you can contaminate those delicious tomatoes in your garden or whatever other plant you have on top of the septic tank. Contact us today to learn more about septic services.
Your cesspool or septic system may be failing if your toilets and sinks are draining slowly, you hear gurgling noises within your plumbing system, or you have sewage odors inside your home. Call us as soon as you can for expert septic repair or replacement.
Your cesspool or septic system should be pumped, and waste should be removed if any of the following happen:
- The tank reaches the normal level of waste and wastewater it was designed to hold
- Sludge builds up and becomes trapped
- The leaching pool or drainage field stops accepting water and backs up into your overflow tank, filling it to capacity
Contact us today for experienced septic services.
Your tank most likely needs to be pumped, and you should have it inspected if you experience any of the following:
- Pooling water
- Slow drains
- Foul sewage odors
- An overly healthy lawn near the location of your tank
- Sewage backup
- Gurgling pipes
Call us for reliable septic services if you experience any of the above.