Get Pumped Up About an Empty Septic Tank

Get Pumped Up About an Empty Septic Tank

Understanding the septic tank in your Leesburg or Fruitland Park, FL, home

Your septic tank should be emptied approximately every three years. The septic tank system is a way of disposing household waste by filtering it through the ground. When wastewater goes down your drain, it flows out of your house and into the septic tank, where the liquids flow to the next stage, and the solids settle to the bottom of the tank. Anaerobic bacteria breaks down most of these solids into gases and liquids that can then be filtered through a drainfield in your yard. When the solids in the tank build up to a certain point, the liquids can no longer pass to the drainfield and your system becomes clogged. That’s where we come in. Leesburg Septic, Inc. recommends pump-outs every three years to keep your septic tank properly maintained. If you have a sudden issue with a full tank, we can help you out with same-day service.

Call now to learn more about septic tank pumping!

You have a septic issue and you haven't had your tank pumped or inspected in over three years. This might mean:

  • Your solids may be built up in the tank and not being processed appropriately.
  • Your filter may be clogged.
  • The pieces and parts of your tank may have broken off because of and age and need to be replaced, causing a clog in the inlet or outlet of the tank.

  • 4 things that will clog your septic tank

    1. Plastic materials
    2. Paper towels
    3. Coffee grounds
    4. Kitty Litter
    Choose Leesburg Septic, Inc. today to pump your Leesburg or Fruitland Park, FL septic tank!

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