Spalding County SEPTIC TANK PUMPING
Why take the risk?
If you are unsure when the septic system on your property was last pumped, contact Brownlee Septic for an assessment to avoid potential health and water access problems. Even though the average septic tank has a large capacity, sludge build-up will eventually reach its limit. If the tank is not pumped properly, system failure will occur, resulting in expensive repairs and health hazards.
Is the waste in your septic tank over the limit?
The average waste tank on a typical septic system can hold approximately 400 to 500 gallons. The normal size of tanks is 1,000 gallons and 1500 gallons. Septic tanks require regular inspections and pumping for moderate use and more frequent maintenance for larger homes or buildings with higher usage rates. The qualified specialists at Brownlee Septic provide efficient and reliable tank pumping services that keep your system running smoothly
When should your septic tank in Spalding County be pumped?
Most malfunctions are due to a lack of pumping that clears waste. Don’t wait for a small problem to get bigger and become an expensive major repair or complete system breakdown. Instead, sign up for our convenient maintenance program to ensure your septic tank is pumped regularly.
Signs that your septic tank needs pumping include:
- Pooling water
- Foul odors
- Slow drains
- Sewage back-up
- Poor drain field grass health
- Nitrate concentration
Brownlee Septic has provided reliable septic tank pumping services in Spalding County for many years. Call (678) 603-8254 to keep your property and all occupants safe for emergencies or to sign up for regular maintenance checks.
We service the following counties: Spalding, Clayton, Henry, Fayette, Pike, Butts, Lamar, Monroe, Newton, and Coweta.