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Residential Septic System Repair

If your residential septic system fails, we’re here to help. We will dispatch a technician to inspect your system, and provide septic repair. If water does not drain easily or backups have become a problem we can help.

Signs that you may need a septic tank repair:

  • Wet areas or standing water above the drain-field
  • If water levels are low after service, you could have a clog in the line
  • Standing water could indicate there is a broken pipe
  • Slow drains in your home

Avoid costly repairs by having your septic system serviced regularly. Don’t plant trees and shrubs near your drain field, roots can cause a lot of damage to septic pipes. Don’t park heavy vehicles or equipment over your drain field.

Don’t pour things into your drains that could harm the delicate balance of bacteria. Here are some things you don’t want to pour or flush down your drain: many types of drugs, anti-bacterial soaps (yep, not really good for your septic), some toilet bowl cleaners, paint thinners, paints, photography liquids.

Keep your septic tank in good working order. We’re here to help if you do have a failure.