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5 Signs You Need Your Septic Tank Pumped

Septic tank troubles can be hectic and stressful. You rely on this system to keep your home running every day and a single mishap can cause a huge mess.

Here are some signs that you need your septic tank pumped.

1. Sewage Back-Up

Sewage back up in your plumbing or lawn can be one of the worst signs that your tank needs to be pumped.
The bacteria with this can be dangerous to your family’s health.

2. Foul Odors

A stinky smell throughout your home makes for long, irritating days. When your tank gets full, there is not enough room to contain the gases and other substances within.

The odor releases from your tank into your drain, toilet, and more.

Don’t just mask the smell with candles and Febreze; call our professionals right away before it becomes worse.

3. Slow Drainage

Water should easily flow down your drains. Slow draining water can be worrisome and is a sign that your septic tank may be getting full.

This puts extra stress on all of your plumbing systems and if you ignore it, it will get worse over time.

4. Lawn Changes

Puddling in your lawn or a sudden spike in lush green grass could also be a sign your tank needs to be pumped.

These issues usually can be seen over the drain field where your tank is installed.

5. When Was Your Last Pump?

If you don’t remember when your tank was last pumped, it may be a good idea to get an inspection to see if it needs to be.

For reference, your tank should be pumped at least every three to five years.

John Manning Plumbing, are experts within the Palmdale, California area and can provide top-notch septic services Call us at (661) 338-6305 for all your plumbing needs!
 

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