Have you noticed changes in your plumbing system in Silvana lately? Perhaps your sinks have been draining more slowly. Or maybe you’ve noticed the ground covering your drainfield is soggy or has standing water. You may have a septic system emergency brewing. If you’ve been having your septic tank pumped regularly, you’ll have the contact information of your technician handy. Because waste buildup is a hazard to your family, give your technician a call and have your system checked out.
Hearing or Seeing Strange Things?
If you hear strange noises coming from your drains, don’t call Ghostbusters. Those abnormal gurgling noises are caused either by a blockage between the pipes that connect the plumbing in your house to your septic system or by blockage within the pipes between the drain or leach field and the septic tank itself.
Strange Odors Outside
Aside from standing water in the area of your drainfield is one sign of trouble with your septic system. Another sign is a foul smell. If you smell sewage, investigate immediately.
The Sinks Won’t Drain
When sinks don’t drain, don’t get the Drano out; instead, recognize that you may have an emergency developing. You may need septic system repairs. A professional will need to examine your pipes and tank to determine the underlying cause of the problem.
Need to Schedule Emergency Septic System Repair in Silvana?
If you’ve noticed any of the above-mentioned situations, it’s time to contact a specialist in your area. Call Centennial Septic Service in Lake Stevens for the customer care you desire. Our highly-trained and experienced team stands ready to assist you. Count on us for septic system installation and grease trap cleaning services.
Septic System Emergency Repair in Silvana
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