Peachstate Pumpers is Available 24 / 7 for Septic Tank Pumping
Imagine this. Your alarm wakes you up for another day. You grumble as you turn it off and slowly crawl out of bed. You put your bathrobe on and stumble to the bathroom in your typical morning daze. Pit stop first, then coffee. You notice a smell. It smells like the portable potties at the fair. You look in your sink. Dirty water. You look in the shower. Dirty water. Oh heck no! This is a rude awakening we here at Peachstate Pumpers can help you prevent.
What Just Happened?
To give you a quick Septic Tank 101 course, your septic tank holds the solid waste that you flush down your toilets regularly. As the wastewater heads down the pipe from your home, it rests temporarily in the tank. Solids, and you know what we’re talking about, sink to the bottom of the tank. Grease and other sludge rise to the top. The remaining water heads through pipes to your drain field where it’s treated and seeps into the soil.
Your Tank Fills
Eventually, the tank will fill up with this solid waste and it has nowhere to go but to back up into your home if you don’t have it pumped regularly. In the scenario above, the wastewater in the sink and shower is a sure sign your tank is full, but you don’t have to wait until this happens to have it pumped, nor do you want to for that matter. If you notice your drains begin to slow and/or a gurgling sound from your toilet, your tank is hitting its maximum capacity.
Septic Tank Pumping
Peachstate Pumpers is in the business of pumping septic tanks – hence our name! We can monitor your tank to gauge how fast it fills. This could be anywhere from every two to the three years to over 10 years. It depends on the size of your home and tank, how much you flush, and how well you care for your tank. Once full, we’ll pump the solid waste and get rid of for you. You don’t have to do the dirty work when you call us. We’ll handle the waste.
Call Us for a Tank Inspection
Peachstate Pumpers will happily come to your home in Gwinnett, Jackson, Barrow, Banks, Forsyth, Hall, Clarke and Dekalb County to determine if it is time to have your septic tank pumped.