For a home in small, rural communities living with the additional responsibilities of having a septic system comes with the territory. A septic system is a cost-effective and long-lasting alternative for treating wastewater when access to a public sewer system is not available.

These units are typically 9 feet by 5 feet and are installed on the property but away from the home. Once the tank is in place, it is configured to connect to the plumbing that brings the wastewater away from the fixtures in the home. When a member of the household uses the shower or flushes the toilet, the used water and waste is dumped into the septic tank where a process of enzymes breaks it down. Then, the now harmless water is processed through the drain field and dispersed into the soil.

For homes that do not have access to a public sewer system, a properly working septic system is the only way for waste and wastewater to be properly treated and disposed of. For this reason, it is important that the homeowner properly cares for their septic system to ensure the integrity and prevent any malfunctions or leaks. One way to do this is to have a professional plumber provide septic service on an annual basis.

During a Pleasant Valley septic maintenance visit, the following will be done, among other steps:

Check for signs of blockages or clogs. Our technician will check the entire system from start to finish and locate the issue so we can then repair it or provide you with options.

Check the integrity of the tank. If your tank has been trying to manage materials that are not septic-friendly, there might be weakness in the walls of the tank. Also, if your tank is installed in loose soil and there has been any shifting, the lid or the seams of the tank may have shifted.

Measure solids. Your septic tank should be pumped once every 3 to 5 years. When our technician is conducting routine service, he or she will check the amounts of solid waste inside of your septic tank and will advise you on a pumping schedule.

At Call Clint Plumbing we have been providing thorough and compliant septic maintenance, installation, and repair services to homeowners for years. We have the equipment, tools, and training to handle any septic system needs. Whether you have a clog in your drain field, you need your septic tank pumped, or your system has not yet received annual maintenance our team can help.

Additionally, we specialize in working on septic systems that involve special circumstances, including those that require additional permits and are more heavily regulated by government entities. These include septic systems that are installed on small lots, in poor soil or near watersheds.

When you call our Pleasant Valley office to discuss your septic needs, your call will be answered by a live member of our team. We are committed to providing superior customer attention, and that includes making a connection from the first moment they call us. We will treat you and your home with respect and will provide excellent service with the least amount of disruption possible.