While we would never say this, the jokingly common misconception is that magic fairies come and pump your septic tank for you. We believe that just because we flush our toilets, take our showers, wash our dishes with no septic flow issues that there aren’t problems brewing.
When was the last time you got your septic tank pumped? When are you planning on having it pumped next?
The answer to those two questions is very telling and could cost you a lot of money in the long run. While there are not fairies who magically pump your septic tank, there are a few truths to think about when it comes to your septic tank.
Septic Tank Issues Don’t Solve Themselves
Septic tank pumping is designed to be part of the natural lifecycle of your septic tank. Every 2-3 years is the consensus for how often you should get your septic tank pumped depending on the number of people in your household and the size of your tank. Going longer than the recommended amount of time for your tank can lead to issues down the road.
If you Go Too Long Without Pumping It, It Will Be More Expensive
Average prices for pumping your septic tank pumping range from $283 – $522 depending on the tank according to Home Advisor. That is a reasonable price compared to the over $5000 average of a new septic tank also according to Home Advisor. Choosing to ignore your septic tank and keeping the “out of sight out of mind” philosophy could cost you considerably more than you bargained for.
Your Septic Tank is Filling Up And Will Need To Be Pumped
Septic tank pumping doesn’t have to be a nuisance or a headache full of stress. While there are no fairies who magically pump your septic tank. We’re pretty close if you consider over 70 years of service and loyal customers magic. We do. We love that we can serve this community and bring peace of mind and keep a situation from becoming severe if you have a septic tank emergency.
For septic tank pumping in Dayton, Ohio and the surrounded cities in Miami Valley, come to AAA Wastewater for all of your septic tank needs!