Exceptional Septic Pumping and Septic Service:
Firehouse Septic provides exceptional Septic Service throughout Fayetteville, Peachtree City, Sharpsburg, Newnan, Senoia, and Tyrone. We will attempt to give homeowners some simple Septic advice and clear up any Septic Pumping falsehoods in this paper. Since many Septic Pumping terms are also known by other names we will attempt to clarify them. For instance the terms Septic Pumping and Septic Cleaning are used interchangeably in the Septic Service. This is also true for the terms Leach Field and Drain Field. Other Septic Pumping terms may arise later on in this Septic Service discussion and we will address them as they come up.
The Environmental Protection Agency(EPA) recommends having your Septic Tank Pumped or Septic Tanked Cleaned every 3 to 5 years. Pumping your Septic Tank regularly gives homeowners the best chance to keep their Septic System working as long as possible and helps prevent a costly and unseemly Septic System back up into your home. One common Septic System falsehood is that as Septic Tank never needs to be cleaned or pumped. This has become a very expensive lesson to learn the hard way for many Septic System owners. If you never have you Septic Tank Pumped or Cleaned the amount of solids and sludge will build up to an unacceptable level. It will then begin to slowly ruin you Septic System by leaking these Septic Solids and Septic Sludge into your Drain Field until it is no longer able to support your Septic System. This can lead to costly repairs to your Septic System or even a full replacement of your Drain Field.
Septic Pumping or Septic Cleaning is also the best time to inspect your Septic system to make sure it is functioning properly and does not need any necessary repairs before it is too late. If you do not Pump your Septic system you cannot clean and inspect your Septic Filter, inspect your septic lids, or inspect your Septic Baffles. All of these parts of your Septic System must be working correctly and working together in order to have a properly functioning Septic System. If a Septic Lid is cracked or broken it could allow excess water to drain into your Septic Tank and cause your Septic System to become overloaded with unnecessary water. If your Septic Filter becomes clogged it can cause Septic Waste to back up into your home causing serious hygiene issues. If your Septic Baffles rot away they can allow Septic Solids and Septic Sludge to leak into your Drain Field, and ruin your entire Septic System. In order to maintain you Septic System properly it is important to practice Septic Pumping or Septic Cleaning every 3 to 5 years.
Once a Drain Field fails it is too late for Septic Pumping or Septic Cleaning, but there is still a chance that it may be returned to a functioning Septic System. Firehouse Septic has perfected a proprietary process called Drain Field Rejuvenation. This Septic process can give new life to a failing Septic System and even make it act decades younger. This Septic Process was invented by Firehouse Septic and is unique to our company. It is a noninvasive Septic Procedure that does not involve permitting or significant digging. This process does not work on all failing Septic Systems, however Firehouse Septic can assess your Septic System and determine if a Drain Field Rejuvenation is right for you. If we determine that your Septic System could benefit from a Drain Field Rejuvenation you could save thousands of dollars and a whole lot of work on your property.
Firehouse Septic also partners with many other environmentally friendly companies in the Septic Service. Any municipality that needs assistance setting up a facility to process Septic Waste or significantly increase the amount of Septic Waste that it is capable of handling should contact Reve Solutions. They are a leader in the Septic Service for safely accepting, handling, and processing Septic Waste.