Our team at William Dustin Septic specializes in septic tank repair for both commercial and residential clients in Haines City.
When you have a septic system on your property and you flush a toilet or rinse water down the drain in your kitchen, the waste moves through the pipes and into the septic tank, a large cement box that is buried beneath the ground on your property. The septic tank stores the solid waste, which forms layers at the bottom, allowing the clear liquid to go to the top and move through the pipes on the opposite side of the tank. After exiting the tank, the liquid moves into the drain field, where it goes through an additional gravel filter layer and goes back into the soil.
The septic tank can hold quite a bit of solid waste, although regular pumping and maintenance are necessary to prevent the tank from becoming overloaded and leaking into your yard. It’s hard to know if something is wrong with the septic tank because it’s buried beneath the ground, but you can keep an eye out for some warning signs that could indicate a need for septic tank repair. These include gurgling sounds from the drains, unpleasant odors near the tank, and slow-moving drains and toilets. If you notice any of these concerning signs, give us a call at William Dustin Septic to assess the state of the septic tank. Ignoring a damaged tank could increase the risk of environmental damage or other issues.
Our team at William Dustin Septic specializes in septic tank repair for both commercial and residential clients in Haines City, Florida. Each of our technicians has undergone extensive training to handle septic tank repair properly, protecting your property and the system. Contact us today to learn more or to schedule your appointment.