407-696-4719 | Email
bclose

Affordable Septic Service, Inspections & Tank Pumping

While it may not be high on your priority list, having your Central Florida septic tank pumped is essential. As a leader in the industry, Orlando Septic Services receives a lot of questions, from how often should they schedule maintenance, to are pet products really safe to flush.

One thing for sure, Orlando Septic Services offers the best price and service here in Central Florida. We are an environmentally friendly company serving Central Florida for 23 years. We are a licensed septic contractor certified with the State of Florida.  Earning our reputation as an honest and reliable waste management business in the Seminole and Orange County areas.

How often should you schedule maintenance on your septic system?

Though there are many variables when it comes to inspections and pumping the septic tank, having regular maintenance is far less expensive than replacing the system.  In general, you have your tank pumped every 3 to 5 years and an inspection every 1 to 3 years.

Can I really flush pet products if it says septic safe?

We love our pets, but it isn’t always feasible to let them outside. So, what about the litter, disposable bags, and pads that so many of us deal with on a daily basis? Many of them say they are safe to flush, even if you have a septic system.

The fact is, that most of these products have microbes and bacteria to absorb the odors and germs can be detrimental on the good bacteria found inside your septic tank.

These types of products are made to stick together when they get wet. Not only does this clog your pipes, it can stick to other debris and the pipe itself.

If these products make it to your septic tank, they won’t break down. Instead, they build up and eventually cause undo stress and overload the tank.

Parts of these products often end up in the liquid waste section of the septic tank. Which means they are discharged through into the drain field through a series of small perforated pipes. This is where contaminants and pathogens are neutralized before going into the soil. If these pipes are clogged with litter it prevents waste water from making it to the drain field.