Septic System Care & Maintenance

Septic System Care & Maintenance

Although it is often ignored or underappreciated, your septic system is one of the most vital components of your home’s function and structure. It helps maintain a healthy environment in your home and on your property, and prevents hazardous accumulation of waste. Most American homes create around 300 gallons of waste every day. Thus, all systems need regular care and inspection to ensure long and healthy operation. We recommend at least one full pumping of your septic tank every three to five years. A healthy and disease-free water source is vital for everyday modern life. Maintaining your septic system properly can ensure that the health of local water sources is upheld and pollution is kept at bay. Contaminated water carries many toxins and disease-causing elements. Prevent health hazards by keeping your water clean and maintaining a sound septic system. It is also important to remember that your septic system’s condition will be taken into account when and if you decide to sell your home. Avoid costly problems in the future by arranging for regular inspections. It is also important to be cautious about what you put into your drains and septic system. Some things can disturb the bacterial balance within the tank, causing future damage and shortening the life of your system. Keep these things in mind and schedule regular inspections to ensure the health and long life of your home’s septic system.
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