Having an issue with the septic system on your property can be very frustrating to deal with, especially if you are not sure who to call. Schleg Valley Construction wants you to know that we are the answer you are looking for whenever you need a good septic tank pump repair service in Lake Stevens and the surrounding areas.
Of course, to avoid repair services, you can get on a regular schedule for inspections and septic pumping. Schleg Valley Construction is happy to take a look at your septic system to determine whether or not it has the capacity to meet up with the needs for your household. We can also go over the ability to schedule regular care and maintenance so that you can be sure your system is always in good working condition to try to eliminate the chances of failure that can become costly and hazardous for your health.
However, even when you are careful about what goes down your drains, you do what you can to treat your septic system, and you have regular inspections, there can still be a time when something goes wrong that will have to be repaired. For example, something like a septic pump can become clogged or damaged when you least expect it. Because this pump is crucial for making sure that your septic system can keep the wastewater flowing smoothly from your home to your septic tank, it needs to be up and running at all times.
Should you have a septic alarm going off, it is telling you that you need professional septic attention as soon as possible. Another indication that the septic pump may be clogged or damage is foul odors coming up through your drains or drains throughout the home that is very slow to drain or not draining at all. Whenever you notice these things, you should contact us right away so that we can send professional technicians out to your home to do a full assessment.
Septic tank pump repair service in Lake Stevens will get you the results you need. Call Schleg Valley Construction at (425) 312-6750 for an appointment.
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.