Updated: Dec 16, 2021
As the property owner, it is a fact that your wastewater system and your septic tank maintenance is your responsibility.
Did you know that having some sludge in the bottom of your septic tank supports good bacteria? However, having too much sludge in your septic tank can reduce the amount of time wastewater can be held for; this can result in insufficient wastewater treatment, potentially creating an environmental problem and can affect your health as well?
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Adams received a call from a homeowner who had a septic tank. But, as time went by, they kept putting off the tank's service!
Adams called to the site, our trained septic tank servicemen cleaned out the pumps and checked the float. They fit the biofilter and cleaned it out; on inspection, and they noticed the biofilter was heavily soiled and nearly blocked. So they hosed down the filters and flushed out all of the pipes, in which 2 out of the 5 were the only ones working. They also checked the dripper lines to find that only 1 out of 4 were working correctly; our Adams tradesman had put the lid back on and checked the septic tank was working again.
This septic tank was serviced just in the nick of time!
Once you have had your septic tank serviced, you will automatically go into our database, and Adams will contact you when your tank needs its next service!
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