If you have ever played Jenga, the game that is made up of stacked wooden pieces shaped a bit like waffle sticks, you know that pulling from the bottom of the stack makes the entire stack less stable. So, the best strategy for keeping the stack standing for as long as possible is to remove pieces from the top first and then work your way down when you have fewer choices. The pieces on the bottom half of the stack are closer to the surface on which they stand, and they have the combined weight of all blocks on top to give them more stability. The foundation of your home functions in much the same way, and with that in mind, that makes your septic system like the blocks just above the foundation.
Septic System Maintenance And Repair
In other words, your septic system is an essential component of your house, and if it becomes unstable, the rest of your house will feel less stable. Custom Septic, Inc., can ensure that this most basic and essential component of your home remains in good working order. Septic systems are simple in many ways but repairing and maintaining them requires specific knowledge that can only be gained with training and experience. Septic systems are different from the foundation of your house in many ways, of course. The foundation of your house is stable and does not move – this is needed in order for it to perform its function correctly. Septic systems are also immobile, but inside of them are components and functions that are more complex, and which rely on each other to ensure that waste produced in the home is processed correctly. This added complexity means that you may occasionally need maintenance and repair services. Custom Septic can help you keep your septic system in good working order.
Preventing Septic System Problems
If you have started to notice the unpleasant odors associated with sewage coming from drains in your home, or if those drains are taking longer to drain completely, there may be an issue with your septic system. It could be as simple as restoring the bacterial balance in the septic tank or a more complex issue requiring more extensive repairs. Odors emanating from drains are not always signs of major problems, but they should always alert you to the need for attention from a septic system service. And no septic system service is better able to identify and address the issues with your system than the team at Custom Septic. Call us at 763-218-4769 to speak to a member of our team.