The Right Work to Maintain Your Septic System
If you want your septic tank to continue to serve you well for many years to come, it’s essential that you have it properly maintained. One of the most important maintenance tasks on your docket is septic pumping.
Be aware: septic pumping is not a task for the do-it-yourselfer. It takes specialized equipment and the proper training to be able to handle this task cleanly and safely. Luckily, the homeowners of Odessa, TX; Big Spring, TX; and Midland, TX have nothing to worry about.
Kinard’s Plumbing & Septic is here to handle all of their septic pumping services for them.
Normally, a septic tank is an efficient, environmentally friendly way to dispose of wastewater. Solid waste settles at the bottom of the tank, creating a sludge layer, while grease and lightweight waste float to the top, forming the scum layer. As long as there is plenty of space between the two layers, the septic system will work as intended.
However, when there is too much sludge, solid waste cannot settle and will instead leak into the soil. The soil will then become too clogged to absorb liquid. When that happens, homeowners experience unpleasant, costly “backups” as unsanitary waste flows back into the home.
To prevent this, regular septic pumping is a must. At Kinard’s Plumbing & Septic, we can recommend a pumping schedule based on how many people live in your home and how your system is used. Regular pumping is more than worth it, as nobody wants to experience a septic tank backup. An ounce of prevention really is worth a pound of cure in this case.
Call Kinard's Plumbing & Septic TODAY! (432) 517-0786
When was the last time your septic tank was pumped?
If it’s been more than three years, you should definitely give Kinard’s Plumbing & Septic a call. We can give your tank a full inspection and recommend the pumping that you need.
Trust us for all of your septic pumping needs. We’re here to make sure that your home doesn’t experience a costly and unpleasant backup. Call today to get started.