When Is It Time To Have Your Septic Tank Pumped?

Pumping a septic tank in the Orange and Seminole county areas is more than just removing liquid and waste. The septic system works 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. Everything that goes down the drain and toilet ends up in the septic tank, this includes everything from the garbage disposal, cooking grease, sinks, washing machine, showers, sand the kids bring home from the beach and the water and dirt from mopping the floors. After the waste water is separated in the septic tank, most of it flows into the drain field. The solids and scum stay inside the septic tank and build up over the years, which reduces the efficiency. It also causes the waste water to pass through the tank to quickly and plug up the drain field pipes and cause the waste water to come back up the pipes into your home. By this time you [...]

June 23rd, 2020|

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