What happens when a septic system fails? How can I tell?
Usually when a septic system fails, the drainfield is not functioning correctly which is caused by septic sewage overflow. Signs that your septic system might be failing are slow draining toilets and drains, wet areas on or around the drainfield, foul odors, and/or contaminated well water. If you’re experiencing any of the aforementioned, call a Pro Plumbing Air & Electric plumber out to inspect your septic tank and properly diagnose the issue.
Is any one type of system better than another?
There isn’t necessarily any one type of system that is better than another, rather, there is a type of system that will be best for your home and needs. If you’re looking to install a new septic system, consult with a Pro Plumbing Air & Electric plumbing expert who will assess your property and families needs and give you a recommendation.
What are the advantages of new septic systems over the older septic systems?
Advantages of new septic systems over older septic systems are the use of PVC lining which will greatly increase your septic tank’s lifespan, less risk of system backups (when properly maintained), and in general, they require less maintenance.
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