Signs of Septic Tank Failing
June 30, 2014
Septic tanks don’t have a sign that pops up in someone’s yard or front lawn that suddenly says, “Warning, septic tank problems happening!” It would be nice, but unfortunately the signs of problems happen in other, less comfortable ways. With big leaks, the most noticeable sign will be smell. When a tank has gone bad, the contents will leak into the surrounding soil and the gases will leach their way to the surface. As the leaching gets worse, the soil will become drenched and liquid may begin to pool up to the surface as well, making a law area look soaked or flooded. When it comes to septic tank repair in Snohomish, contact Superior Septic Services to get the job done right.
Another big sign that a septic tank is failing can be blockage. When the material in the tank has no more room to take deposits, the rest of the system will back up. That in turn means that when one flushes the toilet in the house, the system could start to back up into the toilet, creating a big mess. The only way to stop this is to shut off the toilet access and block it, which can be a struggle for most.
Instead of waiting for the above to occur or get worse, those needing septic tank repair in Snohomish should be working with a professional septic tank repair company like Superior Septic Services, LLC. We are competitive, reasonable in pricing, and produce quality work on every job. Give us at call at (425) 905-2485 to find out more.