If you are considering commercial septic pumping, here at Sauer Septic, we know that at the top of your mind as a business owner or operator is going to be costs. We know that as a business, there are a lot of things to keep track of and stay up with, and sometimes it’s hard to know which ones are actually the most critical to maintaining your business properly so that you can keep costs low for your customers and your competitive edge strong.
If you own a business that runs on a septic system, it is important for you to realize that commercial septic pumping is simply not one of those optional expenses. It is critical for you in order to protect your investments in inventory, commercial sales space, and the ability to stay safely open and operational.
While a septic system is sometimes a home’s most expensive feature, that may not be true for your business. You could have inventory or equipment on site that is much more valuable to you and worth protecting. Depending upon the size of your septic tank, its location, etc., the cost to get at least annual septic tank inspections only runs a few hundred dollars. Even for a home owner by comparison, that is not a lot to prevent flooding from sewage backup, biological contamination on your property from a failed tank, or up to $10,000 in costs to repair a failed drain field.
Any good commercial septic pumping program will be handled for you by professionals like ours here at Sauer Septic. For residential and commercial septic pumping, we can also add on inspections to your tank to make sure sludge levels are correct, tank integrity is good, and there are no signs or indications that you are getting sludge heading toward your drain field down your system or going to have sewage back up into your establishment and cause a catastrophe.