When the season of snow, ice, and cold begins to shift, as it always does, to the season of renewal and growth, it may be easier to see signs that your septic system is in need of maintenance and/or repair. If you have a septic system and live in or around Rogers, Minnesota, the team at Custom Septic, Inc., is here to serve you.
The promise of a few months’ break from extreme winter weather allows us to focus on warm weather activities, such as mowing the lawn, gardening, and playing catch in the backyard. If any of those or your other outdoor activities take place over or near your septic tank, it is a good idea to keep an eye out for patches of grass that are a darker green than the rest of your lawn. Darker green patches of grass can be an indicator that your lawn is being fertilized by a leak somewhere in your septic system. The chemical processes of septic systems are complicated, and dark green patches of grass may be good for the grass, but they are not a good sign for your septic system.
If you do see such patches, we recommend contacting us as soon as possible. With two decades of experience and knowledge our staff can diagnose the issue accurately. In addition, we can help you determine the best course of action in repairing the source of the problem. The problem could be as simple as a minor leak that can be fixed with minimal work. But there is also a chance that the problem could be more severe, requiring immediate attention in order to avoid major inconvenience (and a mess!). Our commitment to fairness and honesty means that we will diagnose the issue accurately and we will recommend the repairs that restore your septic system to full capacity.
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A leak in the septic system may be accompanied by evidence in your home. A common, telltale sign of a problem is the smell of sewage coming up through drains in your kitchen, bathroom, and laundry areas. If you have noticed even the faintest of smells of sewage inside your home, especially if you have also noticed dark green patches of grass in your yard, please contact us quickly. These two signs of septic system problems can occur together, but it is not always a certainty that they will be.
If you have any doubts about whether or not to contact us, err on the side of caution and give us a call at (763) 218-4769.