There are many advantages to having a septic system instead of being on your city’s sewage system, but no system is perfect. All systems, in fact, that rely on mechanical components to work as designed can fail due to anything from metal failure, poor design and/or installation or even just an accident of nature. If your septic system needs to be repaired, the licensed professionals at Custom Septic are the company to do the job for you. No matter what your issue is we have seen it and know exactly what it will take to rectify the issue.
Minnesota Septic System Repair Company
In our two full decades in business, we have seen just about every possible issue that could go wrong with a septic system, and we have developed our knowledge and expertise as a result of this extensive experience. At this point, there is no issue that can arise with a septic system that we have already seen before and repaired. If you own a home with a septic system that is showing signs of needing a repair, your response might range from dismissing the issue out of hand or exaggerating its severity. This is common, especially among homeowners who have not yet experienced a problem with their septic system.
Rather than either dismissing the issue or panicking, we recommend contacting our team to do an assessment of the issue. Most issues we see from customers with first time septic system issues end up being minor, meaning that the repair is also likely to require minimal work and therefore minimal expense. If the issue is more serious, however, you can rest assured that our knowledge of septic systems will result in an accurate assessment of the problem. In addition, we will provide you with a clear understanding of the problem and specific breakdown of the work that will be required to fix it. Our prices are competitive too, so you can feel confident in our work being fair.
Prevent Major Septic System Problems
If you have noticed some of the tell-tale signs of a problem with your septic system—odors coming from drains, sinks and tubs that are slow to drain, saturated spots in your yard are among the most common—there is likely a problem somewhere in your system. It could be as simple as a damaged septic tank cover caused by aggressive lawn mowing or a chemical imbalance in your septic tank. If it is a more serious problem, such as a leak or a crack in your septic tank or a block in your leach field, Custom Septic will be there to help you. Call us at 763-218-4769 to schedule an appointment.