Custom Septic, Inc., has built a reputation for being a leader in the field of septic system repair during our two decades in business. Our experience and longevity have resulted in expertise that is unsurpassed by our competitors. We are known for responding quickly to problems that develop in septic systems and for always completing the repairs the right way. However, we are not just able to fix septic system problems. We also believe that it is important to help our clients prevent problems from arising. Septic systems, like most other kinds of systems, are constructed of mechanisms that are prone to wear and tear, and that means that at some point repairs will be necessary. Good maintenance can maximize the amount of time that passes in between the completion of septic system installation and when those repairs become necessary.
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When most homeowners buy a home that has a septic system, they have no idea about how to properly maintain this part of the property. What can you flush into the septic system? How often should it be cleaned? How do I know if the existing septic system is in working order? These are all common questions that our trusted septic professionals at Custom Septic can answer for you. As a family-owned business, we treat all of our clients just like they are part of the family. Count on our team to handle your septic needs for your property in Big Lake, MN.
At Custom Septic, we have seen it all. We have seen everything from the unbelievably clean septic system to the nastiest, smelliest septic failure that has flooded the yard and beyond. Through our experience, training and expertise, we have specialized knowledge when it comes to septic failures. Septic systems don’t all of a sudden erupt one day like a volcano laying dormant for years. There are many different factors leading to a failed system. At Custom Septic, we want all of our customers to be educated on septic failure signs. Interested in learning what to look for? Knowing when to call our experts can save you both money and a whole lot of clean up time. And trust us…septic sytem clean-up is not for the faint of heart.
As the trend of relocating to urban centers continues to reverse across the country, thousands moving to smaller towns and rural areas face a steep learning curve when it comes to their septic system. For those unable to get ahead of the curve or who are experiencing an unfortunate series of events regarding the septic system, you are not alone. Several worst-case scenarios are being documented across the internet. When you find yourself in a home with a septic system, keeping a close watch and ensuring regular maintenance will help you avoid this fate. For most septic system novices, just the thought of it may seem gross at first. However, septic systems have come a long way over the years and the most advanced systems will help avoid scenarios that are less than desirable for homeowners
If you have a septic system on your property, it cannot be ignored. This septic system is a vital part of your property and regular maintenance on your septic system is something that you should commit to. That’s where building a relationship with our septic experts at Custom Septic comes in handy. We specialize in offering septic system maintenance services so that you can maximize the lifespan of your septic system, while also avoiding costly repairs down the road. There are some important septic system maintenance tips that our crew has picked up over the 20 plus years that we’ve been working on septic systems that we’d like to share with our clients.
Custom Septic, Inc., designs, installs, and repairs septic systems in Minnesota. The design of a septic system is a very important aspect of our work. If you are in the process of designing and building a home, one of the first pieces of information you should find out is whether your property will be connected to your local water and waste management system or if you will need to install a septic system. If you find that your property will need a septic system, it is very important not to cut corners. Home building is full of decisions about how to keep costs down but build the home of your dreams. Cutting corners on your septic system can prove disastrous. This can result in a terribly foul odor and the possibility of sewage backing up into your home if something goes wrong with it.