Flushable Wipes Are Clogging Pipes
There has been a growing trend toward convenient Flushable Personal Wipe Tissues. Unfortunately, problems with Clogged Sewer Pipes have been piling up around the country. Municipal sewer systems have spent millions to combat the problem. Any blockages in your own Ham Lake, MN septic system are your responsibility. You must pay the costs for maintenance, repairs and upgrades on an individual system. For this reason it is wise to pay close attention to what may harm your Onsite Sewage Treatment System. Experienced Septic Professionals, like Brad Krotzer at Custom Septic, Inc. (CSI) are recommending that only toilet paper and human waste be flushed down the toilet.
Wipes Can Reach Septic Pumps Within Minutes
When marketing flushable wipes for toddlers and adults, manufacturers claim that they are septic-safe. Utility officials are saying that the tests used to determine how safe they are, do not reflect actual conditions within the sewage treatment systems. These wipes are made to disinigrate into small pieces within 3 hours of entering the system. However, the flushed wipes can reach the septic pumps within minutes.
Clogged Pipes Causing Sewage Backups
Flushable Tissues have been Harmful to Septic Systems. Septic Technicians are finding many blockages and clogged pipes when they are called to service septic systems. Flushable Tissue Wipes are making up a larger percentage of the clogs. A large blockage within a septic pipe can cause raw, untreated sewage to backup into your home.
More Frequent Septic Tank Pumping
Using these personal wipes in your home will most likely cause your septic tank to fill up and need pumping more often. Undissolved tissues collect inside of the tank where they take a long time to break down and disintegrate. Repairing damages can become very costly for the Ham Lake homeowner. Having to upgrade or replace your septic system is expensive. Placing used wipes into the garbage is a better solution than flushing them down your toilet.
Septic System Repairs And Maintenance
Contact Brad Krotzer at Custom Septic Inc. (CSI) for an Inspection of your Ham Lake, MN septic system. We will come out to your property to inspect for any septic system problems and determine if your tank needs to be pumped out. Brad has over 17 years of experience and is Certified for Septic System Repairs, Inspections and Maintenance.
We can help you to solve sewage system problems before its too late and your septic pipes are clogged. The last thing you want is a sewage backup in your home due to a blockage caused by flushable tissue wipes.
Contact Custom Septic, Inc. (CSI) for a Free Estimate at 763-218-4769
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Custom Septic Inc. (CSI) serves the Twin Cities and Northern Minnesota.