Property owners who have septic systems should keep up with regular maintenance on their septic tanks, including pump-outs and cleaning.
There are several key components found in every septic system, and one of those is the septic tank. Septic tanks are concrete boxes that are buried underground on both residential and commercial properties. They’re often installed on properties in rural areas that are too far from the municipal waste and sewage processing facilities. When added to a property, a septic system serves as a self-contained waste processing and storage system. All liquid and solid waste that goes down the drains in a home or business moves through a set of pipes connected to the septic tank.
Septic tanks primarily store solid waste, although liquid waste can remain in the tank until it’s undergone treatment and can move into the drain field. The solid waste found in a septic tank is known as sludge. Property owners who have septic systems should keep up with regular maintenance on their septic tanks, including pump-outs and cleaning. Septic tanks are available in various sizes to accommodate different property sizes and usages. When a septic contractor designs and installs a system on a property, they take the structure size and expected usage into account, installing a tank that can accommodate the amount of waste that will be produced.
At Sauer Septic, we perform installation, maintenance, replacement, and repairs on septic tanks located on properties throughout Gotha, Florida. If you’re looking for a trusted septic contractor to take care of the system on your commercial or residential property, reach out to us today. We can install new septic tanks, maintain existing ones, and even repair tanks that have sustained damage.
At Sauer Septic, we provide high-quality services for septic tanks in Orlando, Windermere, Winter Garden, Apopka, Clermont, Casselberry, Altamonte Springs, Eustis, Ocoee, Minneola, Mount Dora, Mascotte, Leesburg, Groveland, Gotha, Isleworth, Heatherbrooke, Sky Lake, and Tavares, Florida.