Some signs that your septic tank is failing are more obvious than others. If you find foul smelling stagnant water in your yard, especially near the tank itself or the drainfield, then it’s a pretty good guess that your septic tank is backing up.
However, knowing some early warning signs can help you avoid getting to that point. For instance, if your sinks and showers have begun to drain more slowly, that is a good indicator that you might want to have your septic tank looked at.
In some cases, septic water will begin to drain into the toilets, sinks, and bathtubs as well. If you notice any of these signs, then it’s time to call in a septic tank services provider.
Having an overrun septic tank can not only cause a gross living situation, but it can also lead to costly repairs.
Give us a call at the first signs that things are amiss, and we can do a full inspection of your septic tank and plumbing system.
We’ll make sure everything is running in tip top shape, so you can rest assured that your septic tank is clean, and ready to work for years to come.