Regularly scheduled Septic Tank pumping is important to ensure that sewage solids do not migrate out of the tank, leading to problems in drainage components, and beyond. Periodic pumping of Pump Tanks / Vaults is needed to prevent sewage materials from being discharged into absorption areas.
Why should I pump out my Septic Tank?
Over years of operation, accumulated sewage solids begin taking up too much room in the tank, reducing the volume available for settling. When this happens, floating materials easily escape the tank and can clog delivery pipes and eventually the disposal field. This can cause a hydraulic back-up into the house or an overflow onto the ground surface. Regular septic tank pump-outs (every 2-3 years) should be done, as part of an over-all maintenance program.
Many pumping companies simply “PUMP & RUN”. This means their operators will use the most convenient opening (no matter what size), pump out the top layer of scum, gray water (effluent) and most of the sludge, then leave. They will not back-wash or stir up a tank’s contents to ensure total sludge removal from sides and corners. Our pumpers work to remove all built-up sludge. They will use an agitator, high-pressure spray and/or backwash to remove all built-up solids from BOTTOM, SIDES & CORNERS of septic tank. They will also look for and report problems, such as cracks and leaks, deteriorated baffles or sewage run-back.
Why get a Septic Tank pump-out from New Jersey Septic Management Group?
Our company philosophy takes us beyond just pumping out your septic tank. We want to build a long-term relationship with you and work together toward extending the functional life of your septic system. This ensures that, as your septic system needs arise, you have someone to call who has records that provide a history concerning your system.
Customer education materials that we offer show how committed we are to teaching our customers how to properly use and maintain their septic system, which in turn will help protect our groundwater.
Call our office today, for more information or to schedule a tank pump-out. 908-874-4669