You probably don’t give much thought to your home’s septic system. It does its work out of sight, as it should. But because the septic system is hidden, when it starts to develop troubles you may not notice signs of the problem—until it becomes large and expensive to repair. It requires professionals with specialized diagnostic tools to locate many septic system repair needs, so when you require help, get on the phone with a trained plumber to get the problem fixed as soon as you can.
There are some signs to watch out for that might indicate you need to get septic repair in Frederick MD. Larry & Sons has been in business since 1960, and we are familiar with the warning signals our clients have encountered that pointed toward septic issues. We’ll list a few here to help you get a head start on hiring professionals before the issues starts to get larger.
- Slow drains: A simple clog can cause a drain to work slowly, and if a plunger or some basic cleaner takes care of the problem, then you shouldn’t worry about the septic system. However, if slow drains develop throughout your home, and plungers aren’t working, you may have a backup in the septic system from a damaged pipe.
- Outdoor wet spots and odors: If you start to notice puddles in your back yard without explanation, the septic system may be leaking. Take special care if the puddles have a nasty sewer odor emanating from them. If you notice a strong sewer odor from your backyard after a rainfall, this could also indicate troubles with the septic tank.
- Sewage backflow: A slow drain is trouble enough. But if sewage begins to flow back up from sinks and toilets in the house, the problem is almost certainly from the septic tank. Call for professional help right away.
Although tougher to detect than some other problems in your plumbing, septic tank trouble is something you’ll need repaired before it can make living in your home unbearable—and unhealthy. Contact the experienced workers at Larry & Sons for your Frederick MD septic repair needs.