Is Your Orlando Septic System Suppose To Smell Like That?

Is it normal for your septic system to smell every now and then? While it is not unheard of to notice the smell of the system every blue moon. But if you smell sulfide gas, similar to that of rotten eggs, it is time to contact the professionals at Orlando Septic Service.  There are a few reasons why you might be smelling this foul odor.  Your septic tank is overdue to be pumped If the tank is full, it may start backing up or leaking, which is when you can start to smell it. Having your tank pumped regularly is necessary for the system to work properly.  Flushing items other than waste down the toilet  Your septic tank is only designed to process human waste and toilet paper. Flushing anything else can cause obstructions and other issues. This includes feminine hygiene products, oils, paints, medications, dental floss, and food. Vent [...]

December 1st, 2021|

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