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01 Aug

Things to Remember on Septic Pumping in Chicago

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Having a healthy septic system is important for both residential and commercial properties. Regular maintenance ensures that your septic system will work smoothly and that you will not encounter problems in the near future. Read on to know more about septic pumping in Chicago.

Your Septic System

The septic system is an important part of your property. It is in-charge of bringing waste water from your drains to the septic tank. From there, waste water is separated into solid, liquid, and foam. Then, bacteria will break down the solids into liquid over time. Once in clear liquid form, it is then slowly released to and absorbed by the soil. Professional septic pumping is needed to maintain the healthy state of your septic system.

Be Alarmed When These Happen

  • Slow or clogged drains – Clogged drains are often caused by an obstruction inside the pipes. However, if there is no obstruction and the clog still persists, it is most likely that the septic tank is full. Also, observe if there is a gurgling sound or if the drains overflow when you flush a toilet or use the kitchen sink. These also happen when the septic tank is full.
  • Nasty smell coming from the drains – Drain have a trap (U-shaped pipe) that collects water to block odors from coming out of the drain. When a septic tank is full, wastewater fails to pass easily through the pipes and into the tank. Thus the nasty smell.
  • Wet spot or having a pool of water in the lawn – The septic tank is usually covered with grass. When the septic tank is full, wastewater overflows and seep through the soil. You may also notice that the grass in this part of the lawn is greener and thicker compared to other parts because it is often wet

Call a Professional for Effective Septic Pumping in Chicago

Any plumbing task required for septic tanks should only be done by licensed Chicago plumbers. This is because septic tanks deal with wastes. Not only are we concerned of foul odors here but also bacteria that might pose health problems to your house or staff members. 

Septic pumping is one of the ways to keep your septic tank working efficiently. Professional plumbers advise having your septic tank pumped once every 5 years and more often than that if the tank is big or if there are many people using toilets and showers such as those in business establishments. Meanwhile, some states and cities have a set schedule as to when properties need to undergo septic pumping. Nevertheless, your professional plumber would know this.

Hire a licensed Chicago plumber from Plumbers 911 for your septic pumping needs. Just call (855) – 484-3911 to schedule an appointment.

 

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