Keeping Your Septic System In Working OrderWhile your septic system may be out of sight and out of mind, that doesn’t mean that it can be ignored. As a homeowner, it is critical that you make sure to take the necessary steps to ensure that your septic system is in working order. There may be times where minor maintenance is needed on your septic system, and if those items are ignored, it could lead to much more costly expenses down the road. The good news for you is that all you need to do is commit to a partnership with our experienced team at Custom Septic and we’ll handle the rest for you!

There are quite a few warning signs that you can look for when it comes to a faulty septic system. Some of the signs that you can keep an eye on that your septic may be damaged or leaking contaminants include:

Signs It’s Time To Call a Septic Inspector

● Increase in Algae and Weed Growth around Septic Site
● Heavy Foul Odors around the Septic System
● Soggy Soil
● Regular Standing Water
● Sewage Backup in Residence
● Delayed, Slow Drainage and Flushing
● Intestinal Issues
● Failed Well Water Test
● Septic Tank Alarm Going Off

Certified Septic Maintenance Company

Septic maintenance is not for the faint of heart. Our dedicated staff have been in the septic system maintenance business since 1996. Over these decades, we have worked on septic systems in all sorts of conditions, so rest assured that we can handle your septic maintenance needs with ease. Through our septic system maintenance services, we’ll get you on a pumping and cleaning regimen that will help ensure your septic system is in working order for decades to come. Typically, your system will need to be cleaned and pumped every 2-3 years, depending on the size of your septic tank and family. If your septic system isn’t pumped regularly, you risk the chance of your tank failing. This can lead to the inability of your system to separate solids from liquids. Additionally, the drainfield may get clogged and stop working, leading to a septic backup.

Failing Septic System

As a homeowner, the last thing that you want to deal with is a failing septic system. Not only can it create a big mess, but it can also cost you a lot of money as well. Having to replace your septic system can be a very expensive project that you don’t want to have to deal with. Our team at Septic System is here to help keep your septic system in working order for many years to come. To get setup on a proper septic system maintenance schedule, contact our team at Custom Septic today. Give us a call at (763) 218-4769 or email