When you’re responsible for your own septic system, it’s best to abide by the old advice: an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. There is a lot to know about a septic system, and the average person won’t know how to handle every situation arises. However, knowing the signs of a potential problem can help you prevent even greater problems in the future. Here are three signs that it might be time to schedule a cleaning for your grease trap.
When you first install a septic system, the toilets flush quickly, the sync strain without hesitation, and you expected to continue to operate at that level of performance without difficulty. If the septic system is draining slowly at any point, it might be a sign that your grease trap is full. If this is the case, you want to get in touch with professional to … Read More