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Say Goodbye to Backed-Up Pipes with Regular Septic Pumping

Septic Services LakelandPosted bySeptic Services LakelandJune 26th, 2017

Say Goodbye to Backed-Up Pipes with Regular Septic Pumping
There’s nothing worse than the thought of rotting sewage backing up into your home through sinks and showers. It’s not only smelly, embarrassing, and inconvenient, but also pricey to repair. That’s why tracking your regular septic pumping is so important. With a little TLC from qualified technicians, maintaining your septic system is easy for everyone, even new homeowners.

Septic pumping should be done every 2 to 3 years, or more often, depending on how much water you use in your home. Roughly 1 in 4 Americans has a septic system installed in their home. At Southeastern Septic LLC, we specialize in septic pumping and will also clean out your grease trap if you have one.

Septic pumping keeps your system running smoothly by cleaning out scum, sludge, and other build-up associated with regular septic usage. Scum is made of the greases and oils put through the drains in your home. They build up on the top of the tank and need to be pumped out for a properly functioning tank and safe environment.

For new septic tank owners, we’re proud to offer the newest in septic technology, the HOOT Aerobic Treatment System. It works like a small municipal treatment plant and has an incredibly quiet and efficient aerator and pump. We also offer 24-hour septic tank pumping in the case of an emergency.
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Add regular septic pumping to your to-do list and call us at Southeastern Septic LLC today! Our owner, Shane Ray has 10 years of experience for all your septic system needs.