Complete septic tank maintenance
As your septic tank is the first step of the waste water treatment process, it must be properly maintained. Septic tanks need to be pumped every 3 to 5 years, depending on the size of the tank, daily flow of waste water into the tank, and garbage disposal. Unless sludge is removed periodically, your septic tank system with eventually fail.
Money: It typically costs from $3,000 to $10,000 to replace a failing septic system. Regular pumping and inspection usually costs between $100 and $300 on average per year. A little maintenance can save homeowners thousands of dollars and damaging affects to your property.
Health: Your family, your community and the environment are affected when a septic system fails. When poorly treated wastewater is released into the environment, it poses a significant risk to public health. Wells, groundwater and drinking water may all become contaminated.
Property Value: Failing septic systems can cause property values to decline. Sometimes, building permits cannot be issued for these properties. Also, failing septic systems may contribute to the pollution of local rivers, lakes and shoreline that your community uses.
Complete septic management
Your responsible decisions with regard to the maintenance of your septic system will have a positive impact on precious ground water, environment and the future generation to come. Do your part to protect your community today!
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