You should have your tank cleaned regularly, according to the chart below, to prevent potentially expensive problems with your septic system. A septic system requires periodic maintenance in order to get the maximum benefits. Like owning a car, if you do not maintain it properly, you could be asking for trouble. . .and it’s going to be very expensive to fix.
Every employee receives continuing education on all types of septic systems to stay current on the latest technologies and products for your specific system. Plus, all work performed by Anytime Septic, Inc. is backed by a 2-Year Parts and Labor Warranty!
Aerobic systems use aeration to treat wastewater and surface application to dispose of the treated wastewater. Aerobic systems can be used to replace subsurface systems that are failing due to high groundwater and/or poor soil.
DEQ regulations require a lifetime maintenance contract, and although some maintenance may be done by the homeowner, most should be performed by a licensed professional.
Each aerobic system comes with a free, two year maintenance contract that commences the day the installation process is complete. This service is initially provided by the installation company. Since most systems are relatively easily maintained during the first two years, some installers do not offer maintenance beyond that initial period. It then falls to the homeowner to find a licensed service provider who is trained and qualified to maintain the homeowner When you sign up with Anytime Septic, Inc., your maintenance contract is automatically renewed each year. Typical maintenance contracts provide for 2 system inspections per year to certify that the system is operating properly. Expenses associated with repairs, and chlorine (when required) are the responsibility of the homeowner. At Anytime Septic, Inc. we offer once a year pumping for the trash tank and labor for the repairs and chlorine ‘s specific aerobic system.
What activities are performed during a routine maintenance visit?
This will vary between service providers. We inspect and clean all electrical and mechanical components to ensure proper functionality. In addition we check the sludge level in your holding tank., check and clean all filters, also check the functionality of the complete system. Upon completion of the inspection we provide our customers a written report of our findings.
If you’re installing a septic system—or living with one—it pays to learn the basics of how it works. This will help you take simple steps to prolong its life, understand what you should do if something goes wrong, and evaluate your options if you ever need to expand your system because of a home improvement project.
These one-house-at-a-time sewage treatment systems—used by one in five U.S. households and nearly half of all houses in the South—clean up wastewater just as well as city municipal systems. Septic systems are just better options for sparsely populated rural and spread-out suburban areas, where running sewer lines would be cost-prohibitive
Our goal is to provide our clients with consultation, professional service, and expert advice from start to finish. With a highly trained staff and state-of-the-art equipment, we are well equipped to accommodate all of your septic needs.