The Hidden Part of Septic Tank Pumping

The Hidden Part of Septic Tank Pumping

When you call on your septic professionals for a routine septic tank pumping service call, you already know what they are there to do: remove solid waste from your septic tank. It’s a good thing they do because you rely on your septic tank every day!

What you may not know is that there is a hidden part of septic tank pumping that is equally as important as the tank cleaning itself. A septic inspection is a critical part of this important service. With septic tank pumping, you want to remove all of the solid waste from your septic tank to ensure that there are no problems hidden underneath the layer of waste stored there. Without a septic inspection following septic tank pumping, you might not know if there is hidden damage that needs to be addressed.

If your septic company doesn’t mention a septic inspection as part of their septic tank pumping service, it’s always okay to ask if this will be provided. You may even receive a report about their findings, which will give you confidence the tank and your system as a whole are in great shape.

Has it been some time since you had septic tank pumping completed at your home? Reach out to your local septic professionals today.