We can provide answers to common questions about septic tank draining in Greer, SC.
If you’re like most people, you know a little bit about septic tanks, but your knowledge is limited. At American Waste Septic, we believe that it is a good idea to understand septic tank draining. Because of that, we have compiled a list of common questions and answers to help you understand this process.
What is the Difference Between Septic Tank Draining and Pumping?
Septic tank draining is just a different name for septic tank pumping. During this process, one of our technicians removes the solid waste that has built up in the bottom of the septic tank. This prevents the septic tank from overfilling, and therefore prevents a wealth of problems.
How Often Does a Septic Tank Need Draining?
As a general rule, you should get your septic tank pumped every three to five years. Of course every home is different, so we can evaluate your specific needs and then come up with a regular septic draining schedule for you.
When is the Best Time to Get a Septic Tank Pumped?
If you can arrange it, it’s best to get it done on a day right before you go out of town. That way, your septic system will have a chance to rest before you use it again. The soil absorption system will benefit a great deal from this.
We can help you maintain a healthy septic tank in Greer, SC. Contact us today to schedule a septic tank draining to prolong the life of your system.
At American Waste Septic, we offer septic tank draining services in Greenville County, including Greenville, Simpsonville, Mauldin, Travelers Rest, Cherrydale, Powdersville, Easley, Fountain Inn, Belton, Williamston, Cleveland, Marietta, Pumpkintown, Jones Gap, Pickens, Greer, Taylors, West Spartanburg, Lyman, Inman, and Woodruff, as well as Spartanburg County, including Moore, Duncan, Lyman, Spartanburg, Reidville, Wellford, and Inman, South Carolina.