Clean your septic tank to keep your system up and running.
Just like any other system in your home, your septic system requires regular cleaning and maintenance to keep it working like it should. One of the best ways to end up with a big mess on your hands and to have to pay for costly repairs, or even an all new septic system, is to neglect your current septic system. If you want to avoid this, septic cleaning will help you keep your septic system in good working condition and it will greatly extend the life of your septic tank.
Many people wonder how often septic cleaning needs to be done. At Averett Septic Tank Co Inc., we recommend that your septic system be cleaned every three to five years. If you have a lot of people living in the home and using the septic system, it will fill up faster, so you should plan on septic cleaning closer to every three years. Also, commercial septic tanks should be emptied and cleaned more often if there are a lot of people in the building. For homes and businesses with a smaller amount of people using the septic system, it is okay to wait to have cleaning done every five years.
If you are not sure when your septic system was last cleaned and maintained, there are a few warning signs that will indicate it is time to get septic cleaning scheduled. If you notice an awful smell in the area surrounding your tank, or even coming from your drains, it is a good idea to call us for septic cleaning. Likewise, if you notice any water pooling around your septic tank, you need to call as soon as possible.
If you need septic cleaning done at your home or business in Plant City, Florida, contact us at Averett Septic Tank Co Inc. Our septic experts will pump out your tank and will inspect your entire septic system to make sure that there are not any problems or damage. Don’t put off septic cleaning — call us today!
At Averett Septic Tank Co Inc., we offer septic cleaning services in Lakeland, Winter Haven, Auburndale, Bartow, Polk City, Plant City, Haines City, Mulberry, Dundee, Lake Wales, Highland City, and Sebring, Florida, as well as throughout Polk County and Eastern Hillsborough County.