May 05, 2018 by

The regular pumping of your septic tank sounds like a chore but is actually an important aspect of routine maintenance that can prevent damage and deterioration of your system and keep it functioning more effectively, for a longer period of time. This is also a great way of making sure you have lower repair costs in the future, and can even lower your need for replacement of the tank or system. The experts at Roto-Rooter High Desert have a number of tips on why pumping matters, and how it affects the health of your septic system.

Save On Repair Or Replacement

Pumping your septic tank often is important because it prevents the possibility of it malfunctioning which, in turn, affects the surrounding areas as well as the health and well-being of people living on the premises. A professional plumbing service like Roto-Rooter High Desert can tell you more about the frequency of cleanings and pumping suited to your kind of septic system. Checking on septic system health regularly is a great way of minimizing repair or replacement costs in the future.

Why Pump Your Septic Tank?

Septic systems recycle wastewater back into the environment, and pumping takes care of the septic tank as well as the septic field. It ensures that solids in the system that cannot be broken down settle to the bottom of the tank and are removed to help the system function while removing liquid from the septic field. Maintenance of these systems is critical, and pumping is an integral element of maintenance because full septic tanks prevent the pump from functioning effectively. When you fail to clean and pump a tank properly and regularly, it can lead to damage as well as high repair or replacement costs.

For Plumbing Services

Clogged drains, sinks and drain plumbing, maintenance and pumping or septic tank services are just some of the things Roto-Rooter High Desert can take care of. For more information or a free estimate of costs for all your plumbing needs, get in touch with us today.