The Woodlands’ Top Septic Tank
Maintenance & Clean Out Services
Making sure that things are properly installed is part of guaranteeing their durability and longevity. But there is no point in having such a good installation to just throw all the work it took to the people who handled it by not giving your best to take care of it. All things require attention and maintenance. Therefore, if you want them to last, you better start working on how often you clean, pump, and perform general maintenance in them.
Septic tanks are a good example of this but people tend to forget that this part of their properties exists for two reasons:
- They do not think that a sewage system requires maintenance.
- They do not consider maintenance until they start having problems.
To understand the relevance of performing maintenance, we have to focus on a few things. First, there are many rumors about septic tanks being smelly, poor performance, not functional at all, and many more that just speak bad things about them. But did you know that most of the things that cause them to be, for example, smelly, are because of poor maintenance?
Homeowners should be more than familiar with this since, in our company, Super Simple Septic Solutions of The Woodlands, we have received many of them complaining about their septic tanks. In their own words, “it smells so bad”, “it is not operating properly, I don’t know what is happening”, “I want to change it because it is not functional”. When we arrive at their properties to help them with all their needs and problems, we discover that the simple solution to their problems was performing a maintenance service. And when we asked them how many times they have cleaned their tank or do something else to maintain it functional, many of them have said “never” or only once or twice during all the decades it has been installed.
This shows you that septic tanks can indeed last more without maintenance compared to what is recommended most of the time—every 3 to 5 years. But it also shows that instead of waiting for it to be an inconvenience and cause a lot of expenses, it is better to get things done as a routine every few years. It will save you time, effort, and money while also ensuring a very functional system for the next 5 to 6 decades. Now, what does maintenance involve when it comes to septic tanks?
First, make sure you are getting help from a reliable company to get this done and ensure no damage will take place during the process. Our company can help you with all your needs and problems with septic tanks, and this includes maintenance every time it is needed. We know what we are doing for 3 reasons:
- The years we have been in business.
- The training and equipment of our experts.
- The investments we have made in order to improve everything in our company.
You can rely on us for this and more services without a doubt. With that being said, let’s get to some facts about septic tank maintenance.
How long does it take? Is it difficult?
Answering the second question, no, it is not. The issue with maintenance is that it pretty much involves several services you might request individually in the future or while owning the tank. Also, many companies perform this service based on their own steps and methods. In our case, we like to assess it first before even starting to do something very significant. Why? Because we want to know the condition of your septic system and determine how much work it will take and what is needed to ensure the best result.
During our inspection, we will make sure to determine the amount of waste, if it is blocking the outlet for the wastewater to travel to the drain field if the pipes are clogged or broken, and many other things. Basically, it is a general inspection of the system and not the tank alone. Once we have done this, we will start working on its maintenance. But we will let you know beforehand everything we will do and why.
Usually, we start emptying or pumping the tank in order to remove the blockage in different areas and get rid of all the dirt that is adhered to the walls or sides of the tank. With this done, we will start cleaning all the waste and disposing of it with a specific method. The drain field is like an individual part of the tank we will clean to make sure it is able to continue treating the wastewater and do not flood your ground and property. Once this is done, our team at Super Simple Septic Solutions of The Woodlands will start to eliminate the germs, bacteria, and fungus in the tank.
You can say that the maintenance service includes cleaning, pumping, and a few more options altogether. After all, we are focusing on all the problems and needs of your system to ensure it continues operating properly. But what if repairs and even replacements need to take place after we have determined it with the inspection? We will offer the accordingly services for you to deal with it before we do anything else.
Keep in mind that maintenance does not really have to be all about cleaning and “treating” your tank. A simple inspection can also count like it since you will not the current condition of your tank and make decisions based on it. As a company that has been in the industry for quite a long time, we suggest you inspect your tank every 2 to 5 years. And the range of when you should go for maintenance goes from 3 to 8 years.
For all this, consider us and we will be there in your property in Texas deliver the septic tank maintenance service you need plus many other solutions and assistance that will come in handy for everything you have in your hands.
We offer a variety of services at the Super Simple Septic Solutions of The Woodlands. Below, you will see our most popular services our clients & customers always ask for. But if you need something that may not be listed, don’t you worry. Just give us a call or fill out a form, and we’ll make sure to come out to your property or business and make sure we can help you solve your septic problems
Here at the Super Simple Septic Solutions of The Woodlands, we provide the best septic tank services throughout all of Texas and specifically the Greater Houston Area. Below are the nearest cities we can offer immediate services. But if you don’t see your city listed below, don’t worry! Just give us a call or fill out a form on our contact page, and we’ll make sure to take good care of you.