At Coker Septic, we would rather pump out your septic tank on a routine basis than to come into your yard every few years and do an expensive drainfield repair. The cost of a new drainfield alone can be quite expensive, and that doesn’t even take into account the damage done to your grass, sprinklers, landscaping, fences, and even your bathroom floors and carpeting.
Our experts at Coker Septic would be more than happy to talk with you about your particular requirements and needs for your septic system. We can even set you up in our computer system so that you receive a notification when it’s time to have your septic system cleaned. Remember, a septic tank is out of sight and usually out of mind until it’s too late. Let the experts at Coker Septic take those worries off your back.
Most lending institutions are requiring septic tank inspections before the closing. That is because most people neglect their systems or have them serviced right before they sell, making the new owners deal with the headaches of a failing system.
It is important to have an accurate service record that will protect you against shady septic inspectors looking to make a quick buck before you close the sale. We can provide you with that record and stand behind our experience.
We also do septic inspections, which are very important if you are planning to buy a new home. There are actually septic tanks that can be repaired to today’s standards and it can be expensive and time-consuming process to find an alternative.
How a Septic Tanks Works
As the scum builds down and the sludge builds up, the tank size actually gets smaller and less efficient. This allows the solids to escape into the drainfield quicker and with fewer bacterial actions. As a result, the pores of the earth are sealed off, and your system no longer drains.