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Our company has been in business servicing Durham and it’s surrounding areas for many years. As a locally owned and operated business, we take pride in committing to providing exception services alongside exceptional customer service. When it comes to septic systems, you can bet that it’s our specialty. We offer complete installtions, septic pumping, septic repair and also septic inspections. Whatever it is, you’re in good hands when you’re working Durham Septic Pros. We get the job done right the first time, AND we get it done quickly! When it comes to your septic system, expertise and efficiency is key! Choose the team that stays up to date with modern solutions and local city code guidelines. Give us a call today (984) 664-5434 to get started with a free consultation today!
Durham Septic Pros Can Handle It!
Being a homeowner can be a lot of work. There’s a lot of appliances to keep up with and maintain. But just like the water heater, and the air conditioning unit, the septic tank is just as important. The last thing you want is your yard full of waste, and your toilets refusing to flush, overflowing into the home. With the licensed and insured team at Durham Septic Pros, you’ve got the best crew in town taking care of any issues that come up… literally. Not only do we offer top notch services, we also offer them after-hours, because a septic emergency can seriously need immediate attention. We care about your property and the health of your home, just as much as we care about providing high quality solutions.
The best solutions have the best VALUE too. You don’t have to break the bank when you’re getting the best value you can out of our services. We’ve built and maintained professional relationships with all of our partners and providers and we pride ourselves in being able to offer great prices on materials. Also, having the extensive knowledge about waste water septic systems that comes with years of working in the industry saves money too! Getting the job done right the first time prevents wasting hard earned cash, and makes sure the job is done well at the best price. Don’t let the other guys take advantage of your money, call the experts today at (984) 664-5434!
Durham Septic Pumping Services
When is the last time the septic tank at your home or business has been checked? Did you know that the recommended amount of time between pumping services is just 3 years? It’s easy to forget about the septic tank, but it’s just as important as the water heater, and the air conditioner. The last thing you want is your yard overflowing with toxic waste and toilets unable to flush. Give us a call today for an inspection and septic pumping service!
How Do Septic Tanks Do Their Job?
It’s easy to inherit someone elses problems when the problems don’t present themselves until you move into the home. Most homeowners don’t even think about the septic system when they buy the house. If it’s been more than three years, and you’ve not had an inspection or septic pumping service, we definitely recommend getting it done soon. Call us today at (984) 664-5434 to get started.
The process that occurs within the septic tank is rather interesting. Inside the tank that is buried underground there are two compartments. The first portion is where the waste arrives directly from the building. When the water arrives at the septic tank, it eventually naturally separates into three sections. The sections are known as the scum, water, and sludge layer.
There’s a series of pipes and flappers that the waste water from the water layer flows through. The pipes are placed where the waste water layer only feeds into it. The waste water is then dissipated through the surrounding soil appropriately. The tank uses what is called an absorption field which uses pipes through the soil to do this.
The solid waste in the tank is usually broken down naturally by bacteria. If the water level in the tank is too high, the bacteria can die and stop breaking down the sludge. This results in overflows, backups, and clogs.