Septic Pumping in Lake Stevens, One Service of Many
April 25, 2018
All septic tanks eventually need their contents pumped – without exception. Even with careful maintenance, they fill up. Superior Septic Services can take care of your septic pumping in Lake Stevens and surrounding areas. We even have a smaller sized truck that can navigate narrow driveways and more easily approach those hard-to-reach locations.
Early warning signs that your septic tank might need pumped include the toilet failing to flush, unexplained puddles of water – especially if the water smells a bit or odd odors around the septic tank location or leach field. Odd odors from drains, sinks or bathtub backing up into each other, and unexplained backwash in sinks are slightly more urgent signs that Something Needs to be Done. If you’ve lived with a septic tank for a while, you know the symptoms that indicate that it just isn’t getting the job done correctly.
When you get your septic tank pumped, it is a good time to take care of your septic inspection and to get the tank generally serviced. While it is empty, it is easy to detect faults or potential faults before they can expand into becoming serious problems. Septic tanks, especially the newer ones, can be complicated mechanisms. Although many of their systems are passive in nature, broken baffles, cracked lids or crushed conduits to the leach field are just a few of the many things that can cause a need for maintenance.
Superior Septic Services can take care of your septic pumping, inspections, maintenance and even install new septic tanks, just call us at (425) 905-2485 to learn more about our many services including septic pumping in Lake Stevens. You might say that our business is all about helping you take care of your business. We can even help with temporary facilities for various situations.