When you’ve scheduled septic tank pumping but haven’t actually received services yet, you may be wondering what exactly the whole thing should look like. Do you need to stand around and watch? How do you know a good job was actually done? Do you need to ask questions or just leave things be?
Septic tank pumping is one of those routine tasks that has to be done but isn’t usually done often enough to provide a homeowner with the confidence that they know what to expect. Fortunately, there are a few ways you can know whether you truly received quality service from your septic tank professionals during their visit.
- Communication – One of the clearest signs that you’re going to get great service is the way your septic tank pumping technician provides communication. If they are willing to answers your questions and provide a list of things they need to do during the pumping process, you’ll be off to a great start.
- Cleaning – While the tech completes the septic tank pumping process, they will be taking notes on your septic system. For example, they’ll take note of any areas that look like they need attention or repair, provide some important maintenance suggestions, and discuss how often your tank should be cleaned in the future.
- Follow-Up – After septic tank pumping is complete, your technician should provide you with a summary of their findings and the condition of your septic system. A thorough technician will take time to answer your questions and schedule your next septic cleaning appointment.
Here at William Dustin Septic, we are committed to offering you the best in septic tank services for your home. Contact us today to schedule your appointment!