Septic Tank Pumping in Apple Valley, MN

Experiencing an overflowing septic tank is not an event on anyone’s bucket list, but if you have encountered this you may need a septic tank pumping contractor to come to you. Call us today for quick responsive service.

Septic tanks are meant to keep the yucky stuff away from our homes, so if yours has overflowed or if your sewer system is backed up, you are probably less than pleased. You will want to get the problem taken care of quickly, and we are here to help.

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Septic Tank Installation

If you are thinking about having a septic tank installed, there are a few things you should know first. Here is a brief overview of septic tank installation to help you make an informed decision.

Septic tanks are large, watertight containers that are buried in the ground. They are typically made of concrete, fiberglass, or plastic. Septic tanks collect and treat sewage waste from homes and businesses that are not connected to a municipal sewer system. The effluent from the septic tank is discharged into a leach field, also known as a drain field, where it is dispersed into the soil. The soil filters the effluent and returns clean water to the groundwater supply.

If you are considering having a septic tank installed, be sure to do your research and choose a reputable company to do the work. A poorly installed septic tank can cause serious environmental damage and health problems.

Size and Location for Installation

The size of the septic tank is determined by the number of bedrooms in the home or business. A typical septic tank ranges in size from 500 to 1,000 gallons. Larger tanks may be necessary for homes with more than five bedrooms or businesses with high-volume sewage waste.

The location of the septic tank is also important. It must be located at least 10 feet away from any buildings, property lines, or water sources. The soil around the septic tank must also be able to absorb the effluent without causing any environmental damage.

For knowledgeable expertise on the size and location of a replacement septic tank, call a septic tank contractor who knows the business and is willing to listen.

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Septic Pump Repair & Replacement

The septic pump is an important part of your septic system. It is responsible for pumping effluent from the septic tank to the leach field. Without a properly working septic pump, your septic system will not function correctly which could lead to serious problems and possibly lead to your septic tank needing to be pumped.

Septic tanks must be pumped out every three to five years to remove the solid waste that has accumulated in the tank. This waste can cause the tank to fail and release sewage into the environment if it is not removed.

If you think your septic pump may be failing, it is important to have it inspected by a professional septic pumping company as soon as possible. A failing septic pump can cause effluent to back up into your home, leading to sewage damage and health hazards.

If you are having problems with your septic pump, please contact 952-900-7886 today. We will be happy to inspect your system and make any necessary repairs.