If you have a septic tank on your property, you know how vitally important it is that you maintain it properly. One of the most important maintenance elements is regular septic tank pumping. There’s a lot to consider during this process, so here are three helpful tips to remember the next time you need to get your septic system pumped.
1. Septic Tank Pumping Should Occur Every 3-5 Years
As a general rule, you should have your septic tank pumped every three to five years. If you have a large number of people using your system, however, your tank may need to be pumped more frequently. Generally, the fewer people using the system, the slower your tank will fill up, and the longer you can wait between pumping.
2. Have a Certified Septic Pumper Pre-Selected
It’s best to have a septic pumper already selected and easy to call when it’s time to look at your system. Make sure that your pumper is certified. It’s also a good idea to ask lots of questions when selecting a new pumper; clarify price, what the visit includes, and what might cost extra.
3. Locate Your Septic Tank Prior to Your Pumping Appointment
Many pumpers will actually charge you extra to locate and uncover your septic tank system. You might be able to save some extra money by locating and exposing the tank lid yourself.
Do you need a certified pumper to help with your septic tank pumping? Snohomish Septic Service is here to assist with all your septic tank needs. Make sure to take a look at our website for any applicable special offers before calling us at (360) 310-4430 to schedule your free quote.
Edited by Justin Vorhees
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