Clovis Septic Service and Septic Pumping

By: Scott's Septic Tank Pumping  02/16/2015
Keywords: Plumbing, septic service, Septic Pumping

Hello people of the internet, its Scott's Septic Tank Pumping with another plumbing article for your reading enjoyment. If you live in a more rural area of Clovis then you most likely have a septic system buried somewhere in your yard. If this is the case and you are not hooked up to the cities sewer line, then your septic system is probably out of sight, but do not keep if out of mind. Your home’s septic system should not be neglected and it does require periodic maintenance to ensure the longevity of the tank and to maintain a healthy equilibrium of influent and effluent wastewater. If septic systems are a strange anomaly to you, do not worry, this article will provide you with all the information you need to make informed decisions and keep your home’s septic system running smooth for years to come. Lets start on how a septic tank and system works. Wastewater from your home exits through drainage pipes from your water fixtures. The water coming in is called influent, and it carries solid waste from your toilet and shower. In the first holding chamber of your septic tank is where a chemical and biological breakdown of the waste begins. The solid waste separates from the water and sinks to the bottom of the tank, this is known as sludge. The oils and fats rise to the top and are known as the scum layer. Once sufficient retention time has been achieved the water can exit the septic tank through the leach system. The leach system is a series of perforated pipes that allow the effluent water, or grey water to slowly drain into the ground. The grey water is rich in organic material and is good compost for the soil. The remaining sludge and scum needs to be pumped out periodically by a professional such as Scott's Septic Tank Pumping. Residential septic tanks of most sizes typically need to be pumped every two to three years, our septic pumping services start around $400.00, an affordable option. We offer 24/7 emergency pumping for all people of Clovis those who get caught off guard by an unfortunate and stinky situation. That is why it is important for you to maintain your septic tank, to avoid costly repairs and to keep your tank running smooth. Periodic inspections of your tank are also a good idea. We offer services such as hydro jetting of the interior of your tank and waste lines to remove debris and corrosion to increase the lifespan of your septic system. We also offer chemical treatments which increase the efficiency of your septic system and can increase time needed in between pumping. If you have an older tank that is beyond repair, then it may be time for a new septic tank installation. We have all the necessary tools and knowledge to handle all aspects of the job, from removing the old tank to installing the new tank. At Scott's Septic Tank Pumping we are the septic kings of Clovis and we have all the necessary licenses, bonds, insurance, experience, and knowledge to produce professional results every time. Call us today for a free estimate or for some information regarding a your septic system.

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