Your septic system is designed to remove household waste from your home and can help maintain sanitary conditions. Like everything else, septic systems are not supposed to last forever. If your septic system is too old or damaged beyond repair, replace it.
No matter how complicated your septic system replacement project is, Just-In Time Septic Pumping can manage it from start to finish. We equip our technicians with the right tools so they can manage their tasks effectively. Our team consists of septic system experts. They have extensive experience in building customized solutions.
We take several measures to keep disruptions to a minimum. Septic systems contain toxic gases and disease-causing germs. Our technicians take all necessary safety precautions to ensure everyone’s on-site safety. When replacing a septic system, they close off the area, if required, to protect the residents and neighbors from exposure to toxic gases.
There are many different types of septic systems. If you are confused between two or more different types, our experts can help you weigh their pros and cons to help you choose the best system for your house.
Septic system replacement mistakes can cause cost overruns. We plan everything down to the last detail to prevent costly which sometimes have a huge domino effect. Our septic system replacement checklists help our teams stay organized and allow them to deliver projects on time every time.
What Are Some Common Signs of a Failing Septic System?
Here are some signs your septic system is failing:
- Gurgling sounds
- Water and sewage backups
- Pooling water or damp spots near the septic tank or drain field
- Odors coming from the septic tank or drain field
- Slow-draining bathtubs, showers, and sinks
What is Included in a Typical Septic System Inspection?
During a septic system inspection, your contractor will:
- Locate the septic tank.
- Inspect the inlet, partition wall, and outlet baffle.
- Check the alarm, float, and CK pump to see if they’re working properly.
- Inspect the trench, risers, and riser cover.
After an inspection, remember to collect your septic system inspection report.
Where Should Septic Tanks Be Placed?
You can place your septic tank anywhere on your property as long as the proper distance between it and your building is maintained.
How Long Will My System Last Before It Needs to be Replaced?
With proper care and maintenance, a septic system can last 20-30 years.
What Signs to Determine If My Septic Tank Needs to be Replaced?
These are some common signs you need a new septic tank:
- Pooling water
- Sewer backup
- A green patch of grass near your septic tank
Just-in Time Septic Pumping is proud to serve Sonoma County as a locally owned septic company. If you’re looking for great service with a smile, you’ve come to the right place. To schedule a septic tank inspection, call our office at (707) 824-2837.