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Do You Know Your Septic System?

Updated: Jan 19

In some areas where there's no community sewer system, a septic system swoops in to save the day. This clever contraption hangs out underground and comes in two parts: a septic tank and a drain field. As the name suggests, the septic tank handles the dirty work, splitting solid and liquid waste. The liquid waste then takes a journey to the drain field, where it gets its final treatment.

How to Keep Your Septic System Functioning Properly

When it comes to septic systems, the name of the game is proper upkeep. To keep that system humming smoothly, you'll want to make sure it's inspected and maintained regularly. That means giving the tank a good ol' pump to clear any gunk buildup, as well as scouring the drain field for any pesky blockages or red flags of failure.

Preventive Septic System Services

Your trusty septic system is like a loyal friend; it needs some TLC to keep it running like a charm. Regular maintenance is a must to prevent any blockages or backups from ruining your day and polluting the environment. Plus, it helps to prolong your system's lifespan and save you some serious cash down the road.

Don't forget to call in the experts here at C&C Septic Services for a thorough inspection. We'll give your tank and drain field a once-over to ensure everything is in tip-top shape. This way, any potential problems can be nipped in the bud before they can cause any major headaches.

Of course, sometimes repairs are unavoidable, and they can be pricey. A busted inlet or outlet pipe, or even a leak, might need to be fixed. In extreme cases, a new drain field may be necessary to get things back on track. However, our trusted team here at C&C Septic Services will make sure you're well taken care of. You can trust us to fix the tank without breaking the bank.

And let's not forget about new installations for your septic system! This requires some serious planning, such as designing and installing new tanks and drain fields. It can also involve a bit of plumbing detective work to connect everything up properly.

To sum it up, C&C Septic Services are the backbone of a seamless and efficient septic system. Consistent upkeep and inspections can save you from unexpected issues and extend the lifespan of your system. In cases where problems arise, repairs and new installations are your best bet. But don't go it alone; it's crucial to have a seasoned septic service provider by your side to ensure your system runs like a well-oiled machine.

Posted on behalf of C&C Septic Services, Inc: (Based in Selma, NC)

Servicing Selma, Princeton, Angier, and more!


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