There are some real advantages to not being on your city’s municipal water treatment system. Most city water systems tend to work fine, but there are times when accidents or planned upgrades and construction disrupt your home’s access to water. It is not unheard of for communities to experience boil water notices on occasion either, and they are usually due to bacterial or fungal outbreaks. Homes that have septic systems do not have to worry about these kinds of things. Septic systems, by definition, are separate from city systems, so there is less worry about the kind of problems listed above. Septic systems do still need maintenance, however, and Custom Septic Inc. offers the expertise homeowners with septic systems need.
Experienced Septic System Repair Company
We all understand that owning a home can be complicated, and while septic systems are not without their complications, they tend to be far less difficult to deal with than municipal systems. If your home has a septic system, it is important to have a solid relationship with a company that has expertise in all aspects of septic systems–from design and installation to maintenance and repair. Custom Septic understands all aspects of septic systems and we prioritize customer service to provide reassurance to our valued customers.
Homeowners with septic systems should be able to trust that when a problem develops with their septic system, their preferred company will make fixing the issue a priority. That is the hallmark of our work. The moment you begin to smell sewage coming up from sink drains, bathtubs, or toilets, you should assume that there is a problem that needs addressing. The team at Custom Septic will visit your home and quickly assess the issue. If repairs are needed, we will offer competitive pricing and will make the repairs so that you can stop worrying.
Signs You Need A Septic System Inspection
Smelling sewage from drains may be among the more common attention getters when it comes to septic systems, but it is not the only one. You should keep an eye on areas on your property where grass grows thicker and greener than in other spots. That could indicate an increase in nutrients from the tank to the yard. In other words, there could be a leak in or near your tank that results in healthier grass, but a problematic septic tank. Similarly, if you notice damp or saturated areas proximate to your septic tank, a leak could be present somewhere between the tank and your home. In any case, calling Custom Septic should be your next step. We can be reached at (763) 218-4769 for septic system assessment, inspection and repair.