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The best way to keep a septic tank and drain field working efficiently is to have it pumped out and cleaned on a regular basis. This procedure will remove non-biodegradable objects and harmful substances together with the solid waste and prevent septic tanks from going over their capacity. An overcapacity septic system can cause back up or overflow or even burst the tank.
Many objects that are flushed into a toilet can cause serious problems for the leach fields and septic tank. Non-biodegradable objects, such as plastic, flushed down a toilet will go to the septic tank and stay there until it is pumped out. Since plastic cannot be dissolved, septic tanks can overflow or rupture, leaking the waste into the yard and house. No one wants to have a problem like that happen. Sodium content of soaps, detergents, household cleaners and water softeners are also bad news for the septic tank and drain field. These substances cause clay elements in the soil to harden and this will lessen the soils absorbent capacity. The same effect is produced by grease and organic matter deposits. These substances form a tar-like layer called a biomat which thickens and develops into a waterproof obstruction. The biomat prevents water from being absorbed by the soil. When soil no longer absorbs liquid, water will fill up the drain field, flow back into the septic tank, or worse, into the household plumbing. This could be detected by having liquid flow back into your shower or tub drain. No one wants to get in the shower and step into water flowing back from the system.
A septic tank and a drain field are two vital components of a sewer system. A well-maintained septic tank is the most effective way of disposing of solid waste. Therefore, the best way to maintain a septic tank is to have it cleaned on a regular basis. Pumping and cleaning septic tanks is one service that Prime Plumbing offers its customers efficiently and safely. To get a Prime Plumbing technician, who is fully trained, licensed and insured, to help with your septic tank call (352) 357-3700. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. No matter where you are in Central Florida, from Volusia county to Citrus county and everywhere in between, Prime Plumbing Inc can be out there in a short amount of time to help you with your septic tank.