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How many problems can a septic system bring to your property? Just as many as a sewer line can. Most property owners hate the idea of installing or having a septic tank just because they don’t know how to handle them or what to do in certain situations and emergencies. If you ask us, we consider that septic brings the same problems as sewer lines but people don’t really notice it because they are not the ones that deal with repairs when it comes to the second. At least, most of the time.
The public sewer systems are always open if you live in an area and street where your property is connected to one of them and usually, those systems are repaired and maintained by the state. But sometimes, you’re also the one that needs to install a line and take care of all the work it entails in the future when it comes to problems and repairs to be performed. As we have mentioned twice already, septic tanks are not any different from this and the familiarity will kick right away when you start working and owning with septic. That being said, where do we want to get with all this? To the point where you understand that repairs are inevitable in both systems.
You will always need to repair something in your septic at some point, but the number of repairs will vary or be minimal depending on how much you take care of it. But if there is a problem already, what can you do about it? Well, it will depend on the specific problem and repair that needs to be performed.
The fact that you have a large variety of repairs that can take place does not mean they will happen too often or all at once. Here, we just want to give you an idea of what needs and should be done in certain situations:
- There is sewage on your property.
In those cases, you will have to check it on your own. Go to the area of your property where the tank is located and lift its lid. Make sure to check the water level and notice if the water is lower than the outlet. If it is, the pipe between the property and the tank might be clogged and you will need to remove all the waste that is blocking the pass of water and water.
What if the level is higher? Then, the problem is pretty much the tank or something that involves more than a clogged pipe and drain.
- The drain field is soggy.
That means the wastewater is overflowing and getting in your ground without being properly treated. You will need to pump the tank and perform some cleaning and general maintenance, in this case, to guarantee the drain field can continue operating properly.
The problems and repairs can continue from here on.
Now, we were mentioning that each problem has a different solution. Therefore, what can you do to deal with the problem once and for all? We know property owners don’t like the idea of hiring professionals for every single problem or issue in the home or business. But in this case, it is the only option.
You have to make sure to have qualified and experienced professionals in the sewage industry that will help you to obtain the desired results and, in this way, guarantee that your tank will not get worse after the repair. It is very common to see property owners struggling with the same problem that should have been solved only because the company they hired delivered a poor result. With us, Lone Star Septic & Sewage Services of League City, you will be able to obtain the desired results based on the needs of your septic system.
As a company that has been in this industry for over three decades, we assure you we are able to handle any type of repair and process on your property. That being said, what needs to take place in your septic system? Before we even start to move some parts or handle the repair itself, we need to make sure you actually need to repair it. Does it make sense? Many property owners contact us and ask for this service right away, which is understandable when you know there is something wrong going on in your property or when the repair is quite too obvious and necessary.
However, half of them end up needing another service instead of repairing a pipe, tank, or any element of the system. And it can be either something good or bad since sometimes the solution isn’t to get something repaired but rather replaced. Now, we don’t want you to focus on this but instead, think about what you might need with us.
For the problems we mentioned before, sewage in your property means your tank is full, there is a pipe that is clogged or not working properly, and the list just goes on. We briefly mentioned a few options and methods to deal with it. However, we really need to perform inspections to determine how we are going to approach the problem and find the solution. Depending on this, the process of repairing the part of your system and septic will be different.
For pipes, we can easily add some material to the joints and make sure the water and sewage pass through without issues. But for tanks that have fissures or need extra attention, we have to take our time and find the right solutions. The best problems that could happen to you are those involving a broken pipe or maybe a clogged drain and system. But when it comes to a repair that almost reaches the thin line in having to replace the piece or element, it will not only be expensive but also difficult to take care of. Whatever it is, we at Lone Star Septic & Sewage Services of League City, will take care of it for you and guarantee the best performance for the upcoming years.
We offer a variety of services at Lone Star Septic & Sewage Services of League City. Below, you will see our most popular services our clients & customers always ask for. But if you need something that may not be listed, don’t you worry. Just give us a call or fill out a form, and we’ll make sure to come out to your property or business and make sure we can help you solve your septic problems.
Here at Lone Star Septic & Sewage Services of League City, we provide the best septic tank services throughout all of Texas and specifically the Greater Houston Area. Below are the nearest cities we can offer immediate services. But if you don’t see your city listed below, don’t worry! Just give us a call or fill out a form on our contact page, and we’ll make sure to take good care of you.