Septic Tanks

Septic Tank Cleaning in Washington, NC

Septic tanks are good for processing your waste water. They require minimal maintenance, although there are things you must do to ensure it is functioning properly. Just like many things in life, if you take care of your septic system properly then it should be trouble free for years to come. The professionals at Jim's Liquid Waste have the experience and know-how to make sure that whether you are looking for maintenance, cleaning, or pumping, we know the difference and provide you with excellent service to keep that great word-of-mouth flowing.
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Maintenance of a septic system involves several different aspects; inspecting, pumping, cleaning, and treating the tank periodically. All of these things are equally important and none should be overlooked or taken on by an inexperienced person. Not every tank is the same, which is why we will treat it as the distinctive tank that it is. We will be able to determine what scheduled maintenance fits your unique needs.

There are many chemical agents out there for treating septic tanks. However, learning which is best for your tank, and which may alter the complex balance of microbes within the system that prevent it from overfilling is very important. Although chemically treating your tank occasionally could be necessary, it's best to leave that scheduling up to an experienced contractor. We will not only be able to determine how often you should treat your septic tank, but which chemicals are right for your system.

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Though it may seem like a very simple process, it's important to be aware of the additives in the cleaning chemicals you use, and what effect they may have on your tank. We make sure to sit down with you and, on a case by case basis, determine what chemicals will have what kind of end results for your tank. Then we will help you determine a course of action going forward to ensure that your septic system operates without a care.

Your septic tank should be pumped approximately once every three to five years. This can vary depending on the size of your household and other factors. Obviously, the more the system is used, the more you'll have it pumped. There are other factors to consider too, such as having (or not having) a garbage disposal. This will also affect how frequently you will need to pump your septic system. We will be able to help you schedule your tank's pumping according to your needs and situation.
These are not things that, as a homeowner, you want to constantly worry about. So it's best to choose someone who does the best work.
At Jim's Liquid Waste, we try to take the worry out of wastewater.
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