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Septic Issues? Speedy's Got You Covered
When you own a septic tank, it’s important to have it pumped regularly. If it gets full, there will be nowhere for the sewage to go and you’ll begin experiencing backed-up drains and pooling lawns–not to mention irreversible damage to your septic system.
You shouldn’t have to worry about septic tank problems. This is why Speedy Septic is proud to offer comprehensive septic pumping services to homeowners and businesses in the Portland OR, Tri-City WA, and Hermiston OR areas.
What Are the Signs Your Septic Tank Is Full?
- Pooling water above the tank and drainfield: if your septic tank is full wastewater will begin to overflow and rise to the surface
- Greener more lush grass above the septic tank and drainfield: wastewater is nutrient-rich, so if it’s seeping into your lawn, you’ll notice patches of greener grass
- Foul odors: sometimes the signs of a full septic tank aren’t seen but smelled, if you’re getting a whiff off sewage in your yard or drains, it’s likely sulfur
- Slow drains: if your drains and toilets aren’t working properly, there may be a problem with your pipes or septic system
- Gurgling sounds: if you hear gurgling sounds when you run water down the drain or flush your toilet, this could be an indication that your septic tank needs to be pumped
- Septic tank alert system is going off: many septic tanks are equipped with alarm systems that will alert you that your septic system is full or in need of maintenance. It could be a flashing light or loud sound
If your septic system is showing any of these signs, it may be time to have your septic system cleaned. At Speedy Septic, our technicians have over 40 years of experience in septic pumping. We’ll clean your septic tank, evaluate its condition, inspect the drain field, check the distribution box, and more to make sure your septic system is operating as intended.
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