Septic Tank Pumping Lubbock, Tx
Many homeowner’s in Lubbock depend on their septic systems every single day. So it comes as no surprise that to ensure a septic tank functions properly, there is a certain level of care and maintenance that tanks require. One of the most critical aspects of this care is septic tank pumping. For nearly three full decades the team here at Action Air & Plumbing has performed septic tank pumping out of our Midland/Odessa offices. Now in 2019 we have expanded our fast, clean, and affordable septic tank pumping services to the Lubbock area!
Family owned and operated for two generations, Action Air, Plumbing & Septic tank pumping in Lubbock is committed to providing customers with professional expertise, superior customer service and prompt attention to all of your plumbing, heating, and air conditioning needs. Our trained technicians will carefully pump out your septic tank while showing the utmost respect for your property during the process. When you hire Action Air, Plumbing & Septic to perform you septic tank pumping service in Lubbock, you can rest assured that the job will be one quickly, affordably, and in a timely manner, every time! We guarantee it!
How Frequently Should I Have My Septic Tank Pumped?
Unlike homes which are on city sewer service, septic systems retain waste in a tank which must be pumped out on a somewhat regular basis. The amount of waste and the size of the tank will dictate how often the tank should be pumped out to avoid the very undesirable issues that occur when a septic tank overflows. One of the biggest benefits of contracting with a professional plumbing company to pump out your septic tank is that a regular service schedule will be created to ensure that the tank is not allowed to become overfilled. And should you ever experience any issues related to your septic system or any other plumbing or HVAC systems in your home, the Action Air & Plumbing team of professionals is ready to assist you. We not only pump septic tanks but we also design, install and repair them too!
Officially The State of Texas recommends having you septic tank pumped every 2 to 3 years to prevent sludge from passing through into the disposal field causing system failure. When we pump your septic tank we use specialized equipment to stir up and vacuum out all of the sludge and scum built up over time. We inspect the different components of your tank to be sure everything is working the way it is intended to work.
Many homeowners are unaware of this and allow their system to go for years without pumping because everything seems to be working just fine. Not until their sewer backs up do they make the call for pumping the tank, however many times the damage at this point has already started. Just like getting the oil changed in you car to prevent engine failure, your septic tank needs care and maintenance too. Your car’s engine is to expensive to chance not spending a little money on maintenance. So too your homes’ septic system is an expensive item to replace when only a little maintenance can insure its long life.
Common Signs Of a Full Septic Tank
For homeowners who do not have an annual or semi-annual agreement with a professional company for Lubbock septic tank pumping, there are a few tell-tale signs to indicate that a septic tank is full. If the drains in your home are emptying more slowly than normal, then that is a good indication that the septic tank is full. In the case of a single drain clearing slowly, check for a clog of hair or other debris. But when all drains are functioning more slowly, that is a sure sign of a full septic tank.
Another clear indication of a full septic tank is when the lawn around your septic tank begins to grow vigorously. The nutrients overflowing from a septic tank will create a section of lawn that is clearly more green and growing more quickly than other areas of the lawn. However, use caution when you are examining this more lush area of grass as there will often be standing water from the overflowing septic tank. And because it is not only water that has overflowed from the septic tank, you will often notice that there is an unwelcome smell emanating from the area. It is also a good idea to contact a plumber right away if you do notice unusually lush areas of lawn if the septic tank is not full, it could be the sign of a more serious issue like a broken or damaged sewer line.
Finally, homeowners on a septic system need to regularly monitor the lowest drain in their home for signs of a backup. An overfull septic tank will often force waste up through the lowest drain on the property. If this occurs, contact Action Air & Plumbing immediately at (806) 787-6501 to schedule immediate service to pump out your septic tank and inspect it for other issues.
Schedule Your Septic Tank Pumping in Lubbock Today!
Hiring any contractor can be a stressful experience. But with over three decades in business, Action Air & Plumbing’s reputation speaks for itself. We pride ourselves on fixing issues right the first time and providing our customers with professional service and outstanding customer service all at a fair price. From the moment that you call and speak to an actual staff member until the moment our technician arrives at your home and takes care of your issues, you will see all of the reasons that our clients continue to use our services. For two generations, our family has been providing plumbing and HVAC service to the residents of Lubbock, Texas and our goal is to continue for generations to come. Don’t ignore the signs that your Lubbock septic system is full or is in need of service. Call (806) 787-6501 to speak to a friendly Action Air & Plumbing staff member to schedule your appointment today.
Our technician will arrive on time for your appointment and complete the task at hand on the first visit and always to our customers level of satisfaction. That is our commitment to you and to every customer that we serve in the community.