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Saving Septics will assign you a personal inspector home advisor for your

Septic Tank Service Repair needs:

Septic Tank Pumping, Baffle or Drain Field Repair, Riser Installation, or Filter Cleaning

with a warranty in or near local Georgia areas

and honest septic tank costs for your septic repairs.

Septic Tank Maintenance or Improvements

  • Saving Septics is all about saving your septic tank! So, we really encourage you to get your septic tank pumped every 3-5 years depending on the size of your family's household according to Georgia's requirements.

  • We know that your septic sewage is not at the top of your priority list, but the longer you wait to pump the tank, the higher the chance of a septic tank nightmare! And THEN, your sewage problems will be number 1! But don't worry, if you get into deep doo doo, Saving Septics is here to rescue you! 24/7!

  • And of course, there's always room for improvement! So, your Saving Septics personal home advisor will offer ways to improve your septic system like we did to our very own!

  •  We were once in your situation and we don't want you to be taken advantage of like we were, so we promise to always uphold the highest integrity and standards in our Saving Septics Company. We are simply here to help you and make the process as genuine, honest and hassle-free as possible. We really appreciate all of our customers, and pray for nothing but the best for everyone!

Signs of a Septic Tank Problem

  • Pooling Water. The first sign that your septic system needs to be pumped, serviced, or repaired is pooling water. This can occur in many areas, but pay particular attention to the lawn in and around the drain field. Pooling water is one indication that the tank is full. When the septic system is working properly, waste water remains underground and out of sight.

  • Foul odors. The environment around you smells foul. Household wastewater includes all water that you send down a drain. It consists of water from kitchen and bathroom sinks, bathtubs, dishwasher, clothes washer, and of course, the toilet! As the tank becomes full, it emits foul smelling odors.

  • Drain field grass health. When your septic system works properly, the grassy area above the drain field will appear just as healthy as the grass in the other lawn locations. If, however, the grass is lush and considerably greener than the other areas, it could be time to get your septic tank pumped.

  • Slow Drains. Toilet or water pressure is abnormal.

  • Nitrate concentration. Well water with unhealthy levels of nitrates is the last sign that your septic system needs serviced. To determine how healthy your water is, simply test it!

Why Do Septic Tanks Need Pumped?

  • Maintaining a properly functioning septic tank system helps decrease repair costs. Why? Because the wastewater forms 3 layers inside the tank. Solids that are lighter than water (such as grease and oils)  float to the top forming a layer of scum. Solids that are heavier than water settle at the bottom of the tank which forms a layer of sludge. This leaves a middle layer of partially clarified wastewater. The layers of sludge and scum remain in the septic tank where bacteria (found naturally in the wastewater) work to break down the solids. The sludge and scum that cannot be broken down are retained in the tank until the septic tank is pumped. So, leaving the scum and sludge in the tank too long can make it harder to pump. The sludge may even have to be broken down by hand before the pumping process can begin, which will increase the cost of pumping your septic tank.

  • So, pumping your septic tank every 3-5 years keeps the sludge at a low level, decreasing the chance of repair costs, and higher pumping costs.

Prevent Septic Tank Repairs

  • Pump your septic tank every 3-5 years to prevent an excess build up of the sludge (hardened poo) which causes the tank to back up, leaving it no choice but to leak the solid waste into the drain fields and cause sewage problems.

  • When solid waste starts leaking into the drain fields, it keeps the drain fields from releasing the intended wastewater.

  • Clean or Replace the filter regularly (recommended yearly). The filter helps reduce the particle matter and suspended solids before they enter each drain (or leach) field.

  • Take care not to flush things like hair combings, coffee grounds, dental floss, disposable diapers, kitty litter, sanitary napkins, tampons, cigarette butts, condoms, gauze bandages, fat, grease, oil, or paper towels.

  • Don't flush chemicals that could contaminate surface and groundwater such as paints, varnishes, thinners, waste oils, photographic solutions, or pesticides.

Some Examples of Septic Repairs