Septic tanks are water treatment systems installed on private property for wastewater management of a single building. The majority of septic tanks are used in rural areas where there is no public wastewater treatment plant. These wastewater treatment systems are constructed and function in an eco-friendly way by breaking down biological contents naturally. Septic systems have quite a few benefits over public sewer systems. The process includes turning reusable water into fertilizer for soil on the land. Public sewer systems have a risk of accidental raw sewage discharge. Sewer lines that aren’t well maintained can leak contaminated effluent into soil, thus polluting local groundwater. Since the equipment is on-site and processes water for one building, sewer bills are eliminated.
Septic tank maintenance in Quakertown PA is imperative to the life of the system and sanitation. The tank goes through a process that leaves untreatable sludge at the bottom of the tank, and disperses treated water through the under layers of soil. Eventually the receptacle reaches holding capacity and needs to be cleared out. Pump service and Septic Tank Maintenance in Quakertown PA is how the system is cared for to preserve its usefulness and prevent break downs. If maintenance and pump service is neglected, the system will eventually fail. During maintenance service, the technician checks all components of the tank to make sure they’re in good condition and properly placed. Worn down or displaced parts can cause system processes to malfunction. In the worse case, a major functioning part can fail and cause a system back up. Drainfield flooding can leave a big, reeking clean up.
Contact George C Allen & Son Inc for new installation at sensible prices. Customers can have complete new installation, or replace the tank. Hiring another contractor for land excavation is not necessary. Every job that needs to be done on the landscape is completed by employees of the septic tank service company. All customers will be dealing with virtuous workers that complete their tasks with care and never add unnecessary services to raise profits. With duly maintenance and pump service, septic tanks can stay in good condition for twenty or more years.