Septic System Maintenance Services In South Bend, Indiana, and the Surrounding Areas
We provide the complete septic service you need, whether you need a complete pump-out or just a few services. To ensure the highest quality possible for your bathroom septic system, we follow the following steps. We aren’t interested in doing business with anyone that believes we don’t provide a quality job and a good job at an affordable price. By utilizing only state-of-the-art equipment and techniques, we are able to achieve the highest level of quality.
The most common question people ask about septic systems is, “How often do I have to pump the tank?”. Do I need to make any changes to it in order for it to work? To avoid costly failures of your septic system, make sure your system is properly maintained. Maintaining your tank on a regular basis is crucial. In contrast to repairing or replacing a system, regular maintenance is much cheaper. Pumping your tank regularly is important for the environment and for the health of the community. In order to maintain the structural integrity of equipment and to avoid the need for expensive repairs or replacements, scheduled maintenance is essential. An occasional pumping of the bottom of the tank removes organic matter that has accumulated over time.
How We Can Help!
Providing septic system installation, maintenance, and repair services in South Bend, Indiana, we are a licensed, bonded, and insured septic systems company. Here are some of the services we offer:
- Solid Waste Backup
- Flooded Drain Field
- Septic System Backup
- And More Septic System Maintenance Services!
Providing septic system maintenance is a free service we provide to our customers.
Bathroom Solid Waste Backup
If you do not maintain your septic system properly, solid waste could back up in your system. If water is backing up in your home from sinks, toilets, and drains it may be due to sewage backing up. Drainage from sinks, tubs, and showers is very slow. There are gurgling sounds coming from the plumbing system. Standing water or damp patches in septic tanks or drain fields. There may be an unpleasant smell coming from the drainage field. A septic tank or drainage system is easily visible even in dry conditions, as you can see lush, green grass over it. Lakes or ponds nearby are blooming with algal blooms. In addition, water wells may be severely contaminated with nitrate.
Flooded Bathroom Drain Field
There is a limit to the amount of water that can pass through the drain field surrounding your septic tank. If the drain field becomes flooded by rainwater or bodies of water, the septic tank can stop functioning properly. The wastewater from your home or basement can cause flooding. Septic Professionals can prevent floods in drain fields and respond in case of existing ones if you have a sewage system.
Septic System Backup
If you experience a septic system backup, you may be able to notice five signs that your septic tank needs to be pumped.
A patch of sewage backup and around the septic tank is overgrown grass and garbage. Standing groundwater is near the tank, the drains are clogged, there’s clogging and backup, and there are bad odors. Whenever you experience any of the above problems, South Bend Septic Professionals can help diagnose and resolve them.
Feel free to contact us over the phone to arrange a free service quote, and we’ll handle all your septic system maintenance needs. Our contractors will discuss the various maintenance options for your septic system during your property inspection. Feel free to contact us if you would like more information.