Should you get your septic tank repaired or should you replace it? That’s a dilemma that many septic tank owners will have to face at one point or another. Depending on the condition of your septic system, it can sometimes be difficult to determine the best route. Here at DLC Septic Systems, want to help homeowners make the right decision. Here’s some information to help you prepare for what might come next.
Sewage odors and drainage issues can usually be tackled through a simple repair job. Often, most septic repair jobs involve fixing a broken or malfunctioning pipe, adjusting a pipe, or replacing a component. Septic tank pumping is an even more common need. All in all, you should treat this just as you would your average plumbing repair. But even after a septic tank repair job, it’s always wise to keep an eye on the system. Sometimes, when a septic tank nears its end, it can have a series of small problems before the larger ones occur.
When you’re facing a total septic failure, be prepared for a septic tank replacement. These issues can be avoided as long as possible through regular servicing and cleaning. However, at some point, your septic tank will reach the end of its life. Find out when your septic system was installed so you’ll have an idea of when replacement may be needed.
Always Call the Septic Experts
The average homeowner won’t know whether repairing or replacement is necessary. Don’t worry about figuring out what’s wrong with your septic tank. Leave that to us. Always call the septic experts regardless of the problem you’re experiencing. We’ll determine which route is best for your property, then take care of the problem promptly.