Does your home include a septic system that works to remove the wastewater from your household? If so, you may also have a septic pump element for your system that should be cared for by professionals to ensure proper function. Should anything go wrong, you can trust in us at Schleg Valley Construction to take care of you as your septic system pump repair service in Kenmore.
When you take a look at all of the different types of septic systems that are available today, there are also a variety of pumps that might be used. For example, a grinder pump will work hard to grind up the waste that comes from your home so that it is transformed into smaller bits that allow the bacteria to break it down easier. There could also be what is known as a riser pump, which is used often for a system with a drain field located on a hill or above the septic tank.
If you have an alarm that is part of your septic system, this feature is in place to send out a warning if something starts to go wrong with the regular function. Noticing that your alarm is sounding means that you have to call the septic professionals right away to take a look. Waiting too long and letting any septic woes fester could make it so that you are opening yourself up to a messy, hazardous, and costly backup of wastewater into your home.
Slow drains and foul smells are two other symptoms of a septic issue if you do not have a septic alarm as part of your septic system. If you notice that one or more of the drains in your home seem to be slow and problematic, Schleg Valley Construction can come to take a look to see if your septic pump is failing or if
If you are looking for a professional septic system pump repair service in Kenmore, call Schleg Valley Construction at (425) 312-6750.
Josh has been able to come over same day to diagnose a septic slow drain issue. He spent the time to explain the issue he found and the recommended course of action.