Jackson County Septic Tank Pumping | Septic System Service in Jackson County, Indiana
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You may never think about septic tank pumping. Until a sewer problem occurs and it is your only choice. However, did you know that septic pumping should be done every few years? The following factors affect the frequency of your septic pumping.
Septic tank pumping is something that should always be done by a professional. When you call Dinsmore Septic Services, you can rest assured you are getting a septic technician that is knowledgeable and has experience in the field. Our customer’s comfort and satisfaction are our first concern. We want to make sure you get the service you deserve.
Usually, the reason most people think about getting their septic tank pumped is due to an emergency caused by their septic backing up in their house. Septic tanks require maintenance just like everything else, which means they need to be pumped off the excess sludge that gets built up over the years. Having too much sludge buildup is the reason your septic will back up and recreate an emergency.
Our Septic Tank Pumping Process
Septic tank pumping is not a simple DIY project. That is unless you have a pump trunk! A pump truck is the one responsible for septic tank pumping. When you call us for a septic tank pumping, we will schedule a time and a day. When we arrive, we will first locate your tank. If you want to save us time and you some money, it is a good idea for you to know where your septic is, and you can uncover the lid to your tank for us. It usually only requires a shovel and a little digging to reveal the opening to your tank. Once we have located your tank is when we can start pumping. To pump your tank, we will park the truck and take a hose that is attached to the truck and drop it into your septic. We have long hoses so we can park a ways away, so we don’t mess up your yard with our heavy trucks! Then we suction out the excess sludge that you have built up. During this process, we will inspect your tank thoroughly to make sure it isn’t leaking and working efficiently. Once we finish with the septic tank pumping, we ensure your septic is efficiently running before we load up!
Getting your septic pumped occasionally is essential. If you want to ensure your septic system runs smoothly, call us. Over time, sludge will accumulate and won’t break down as fast as it can cause your sewage to back up in your house. You will be able to tell when this happens because your sinks and showers will drain slower and you will most likely notice a bad odor around your drains. Also it may cause your toilets to not flush or overflow! It’s better to get a routine septic pumping than to have to deal with an emergency like this!
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