Septic Inspections That Prevent Disaster and Save You Money

If you have a septic pumping system, do not wait for the day to come where your system backs up and your yard or home starts smelling foul!

Septic systems backup and it happens often. We would not be in business if they did not! When your septic system malfunctions, it can create a very unhealthy environment. There is usually a very unpleasant smell inside / outside of your home. If you have a septic system, we recommend annual inspections and routine tank pumping. If a septic emergency occurs, it can cost hundreds or thousands of dollars for repair or replacement.

Annual inspections and tank pumping are essential for your septic system(s). We recommend regular septic inspections that are dependent on your type of system, your tank size, the number of people in your home and the amount of waste water running into the septic system. The professionals at Arkansas Septic Pumping can help you locate your septic tank and determine the size and frequency of routine service that you may need.

Fun fact – Flushing the toilets in your home accounts for the largest percentage of water used in your home. If you live in an older house that has original caste iron plumbing fixtures, you are likely using 5 to 8 gallons (or more) of water per flush! Newer, modern toilets are designed to decrease the water needed per flush to 1.5 to 3 gallons.

Again, routine septic system inspections can save you a lot of money in repairs or replacement. The Arkansas Septic Pumping specialists can inspect your valves, the drain field, your tank inlet and your outlets to catch problems before they become a costly repair.

Call Arkansas Septic Pumping at (501) 388-1475 or fill out an online form – CLICK HERE.