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Septic Inspection in Atlanta

Maintenance is essential to keep the septic system in your Atlanta home running smoothly. Septic system failure is horrible for homeowners to experience. Having waste backup into your home or cesspools forming on your front lawn is a nightmare. In order to avoid an incident like this, it’s important to have a routine septic inspection. It’s recommended to perform septic tank pumping at least every three years to clear out sludge levels and refresh the life of your septic tank, therefore a septic inspection should be performed before every septic tank pumping service at the very least. Diagnosing problems early can save your family the headache and expense that comes along with septic failure. Septic Blue offers septic installation, septic tank pumping and septic repair in Atlanta and the surrounding area. 

Septic Blue of Atlanta hires only the most highly qualified professionals with the expertise to detect and fix any septic problem you might come across. A typical septic inspection involves the following steps. 

Scum and Sludge Level Check

Inside your tank are three layers. On the bottom is where heavy particles settle and accumulate – this is called the sludge layer. The liquids layer sits in the middle and is normally the bulk of the material in your tank. The top has a thin layer of scum from the oils and fats that separate from the waste. Ideally, the sludge levels should remain relatively low, having too much sludge and scum can lead to sewage backups in the home and clogged drain field pipes. When levels rise, pumping can renew your septic tank and help you avoid a costly septic repair bill.

Check the Pipes and other Mechanisms

Over time the components of a septic system can corrode. Mineral deposits and debris can settle into pipes and cause them to clog and rust. When your septic system starts showing signs of failure, a thorough inspection may discover that all you need is a minor septic repair rather than an entire septic installation and replacement. A good inspection can save you thousands of dollars by catching problems early and preventing further damage. 

Drain Field Check

During an Atlanta area inspection our certified professionals will thoroughly check your absorption field. This is the place where all the wastewater drains out into the soil layer. Water pooling in certain areas, strong odors seeping from the ground and/or a rapidly growing patch of grass are all signs that point to potential septic system troubles. Investigating the health of this area will give great insight into the overall wellbeing of your septic system. Catching these issues right away is important. Small problems can quickly turn into big trouble – so the sooner our professionals can diagnose and fix minor issues, the greater chance of long term success. Septic system replacements are very expensive, conducting a septic inspection will let you rest easy.

If you need septic installation, repair, pumping or a septic inspection in Atlanta or surrounding cities, give Septic Blue a call and schedule an appointment with one of our professionals. 



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