Replacing Your Septic System? | Evergreen On Site
Is it Time forReplacing Your Septic System?
Whether you’ve lived in your home for years or just purchased a new house, the time will come for replacing your septic system. Proper maintenance and septic repairs will help to ensure your system says functional for longer. But eventually you will need to schedule a new septic tank installation. Under optimal circumstances, a residential septic system will last for several years, sometimes decades. But how do you know when it’s time for replacing your unit? Your septic specialist should alert you if it looks like you need a new septic system during your next septic tank inspection. You should also be on the lookout for these signs:
1. Flooding in Your Drainfield
There should never be standing water in your drainfield. If you notice standing water in your drainfield or around your septic tank, there is a serious problem with your system. Don’t wait to have your septic contractor check this out. Call right away to address the situation.
2. Frequent Sewage Backup
Ideally, your septic system should have no trouble processing the sewage from your home. If, however, you notice an influx of sewage backup in your pipes, it could be an indication that there’s an issue with your system. Again, you should contact your local septic specialist as soon as possible. Waiting for the problem to go away will often have the opposite effect, causing more and more issues to arise.
3. Water Contamination
It’s not uncommon for a septic company to offer free well water tests when inspecting your system or performing aseptic tank pumping. Always take advantage of this offer and act immediately if you discover a problem. Your septic system should never impact your water supply.
Is it Time for Replacing Your Septic System?
Is it time to replace your septic system? If so, contact Evergreen On Site for assistance. Visit our website for information about our company, to view a list of our services, or to schedule an appointment. Call (425) 276–7775 to speak with one of our septic specialists directly.
Edited by Justin Vorhees
Replacing A Septic System