Should I Get Concrete or Plastic Septic Tank?
If you aren’t a plumber, you may not know when your septic tank needs to be emptied. If your septic tank is full or getting full, you won’t receive the full benefit of what it does for you, your home, your property, and most importantly, for your family. As the days, the weeks, the months, and the years go by, your septic tank fills with waste and sludge that may not break down easily. If you want to get your septic tank inspected or emptied, Septic Blue of Raleigh is here to help!
Most septic tanks were created to last 50+ years in your home. But, that doesn’t mean they don’t need any maintenance or repairs over those 50+ years. If you want to avoid major septic tank issues such as bursts, breaks, or leaks, the best thing you can do is work closely with Septic Blue of Raleigh to ensure your septic tank is always working as it should. This could be regular yearly maintenance or calling them whenever you think your septic tank isn’t working right, or if you notice the signs below that show it’s full and needs to be emptied.
If you aren’t familiar with septic tanks and how to tell when they are full, this one is for you! Keep reading…
4 Signs Your Septic Tank Needs to be Emptied:
1. Foul smell
One of the first things you will notice when your septic tank is full is an awful, foul odor. This odor should alert you immediately that something is going on with your tank and you need to get Septic Blue of Raleigh on the phone. A foul odor coming from your toilets or faucets is a very clear sign that your tank is experiencing damage, or it’s full and needs to be emptied.
2. Strange noises
Your pipes aren’t ever supposed to be making any noises. So, if you hear a gurgling sound coming from your pipes, it’s time to give us a call. Whether the noises are coming from your shower, your sink, or your toilet, that is a clear sign that your septic tank needs to be emptied ASAP.
3. Flushing issues
Your toilet was made to be flushed hundreds of times per day. If you’re having issues flushing your toilet at all, that’s a huge problem. Whether it won’t flush at all or you notice you need to hold the handle down for a couple of seconds before everything goes down, you may need to call Septic Blue of Raleigh to have them empty your septic tank immediately.
4. Standing water
No matter what the situation is, standing water anywhere in your home is never good. Water is the enemy of your home’s health, so if you notice standing water around your septic tank, your tank is in danger. Standing water around your tank is a clear sign that your tank is most likely full and needs to be emptied.
Have septic tank issues? Septic Blue of Raleigh is always here for you!