If you are a homeowner, then you may hold your plumbing in high regard, and for good reason– it’s important to keep this system inside your home working well! However, if you also own a septic system that serves as your wastewater management system, then you may not feel quite so strongly about protecting this system, since you don’t see it every day.
But what if the importance you place on your plumbing also affected your septic system? Should you treat both of these systems with the same level of respect? At Averett Septic Tank Co. Inc., we think this is especially important. Why? Because your septic system and your plumbing are connected – and protecting your plumbing can begin and end with routine septic pumping. What you send down your drains inside your home eventually goes through your septic system and must be processed further before it is then released safely through the drain field. If you take care of your plumbing, there is a good chance that you can avoid septic system problems.
However, there isn’t always a good way to tell what the condition of your septic system is. While it may be common to think that your plumbing is the issue, septic pumping may have been the thing that would have solved the problem before it was, well, a problem. Whether your septic tank is finally on overload because of a holiday get-together, or you just bought a house with an aging septic system, septic pumping could be the thing that protects your septic system, your plumbing, and ultimately your home!
At Averett Septic Tank Co. Inc., we think caring for your septic system with routine septic pumping should be on your list of priorities. Call us today to schedule an appointment!