Symptoms of Hidden Hurricane Damage to your Septic System

hurricane ian septic system damage

In the weeks following Hurricane Ian, you’ve probably been busy mitigating damage, cleaning up your yard, filing insurance claims and dealing with repairs to your home. One of the factors that you may not have considered is the underground damage that may have happened to your septic system if you experienced downed trees or other […]

SepticSmart Week: Why is my Septic System Backing Up?

As a septic pumping contractor in Southwest Florida, hands down the most common question we receive is – why is my septic system backing up? This is a simple, but simultaneously complicated answer: it’s usually because your septic tank is full. However, the cause behind the symptom of a full tank that is causing your […]

Keep your drain field from spreading viruses and diseases

Keep your drain field from spreading viruses and germs

If you have too much water in your drain field, it could lead to a health hazard.  A good drain field for your septic system is always important, but during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is even more critical. Any septic system has a tank and a drain field, or soil that surrounds it. A septic […]

Plumbing or Septic? Troubleshooting Plumbing Backups in Your Home

[column width=”1/1″ last=”true” title=”” title_type=”single” animation=”none” implicit=”true”] Homeowners with septic systems typically have to pumpout those systems every 3 to 5 years, more often if you use more water. Knowing the signs of a failing septic system is important so that you can be as proactive as possible when your system requires service. However, some […]