Having a septic system can be an intimidating prospect for many homeowners in rural areas. Even though no one wants to spend time thinking about their septic system, maintenance must be performed to prevent surprises. Developing a relationship with a local septic services company will help properly maintain your system and give you peace of mind.
Septic Pumping Services to Maintain Your Investment
A septic system is a fairly closed system, meaning that it is not connected to a city sewer system that offers waste treatment. Proper routine maintenance is necessary to protect your overall property value. Work with a company that has experience and provides knowledgeable septic maintenance to avoid costly and messy surprises.
Septic Tank Cleaning to Reset Your System
For a deeper cleaning of your system, it will be necessary to periodically have your tank completely emptied and cleaned. This is a more involved operation than a pump because it will also remove solid waste from the tank and foreign objects that might impede flow to your drain field or block drainage. This is also a perfect time to have the tank inspected for cracks or damage, particularly with older systems. For systems with steel tanks, cleaning will also allow professionals to look for rust and potential failure points.
Septic Pump Cleaning Services Will Help Maintain Your System
For cleaning solids from a tank, you will also occasionally need a tank cleaning. In a septic system, some waste in the form of liquids is distributed slowly back into the ground via a drain or leech field, while scum and solids stay in the tank. For long-term maintenance, pumping your tank will be periodically necessary. Pumping primarily removes scum or more liquid layers of solids. When cleaning is needed will vary according to the size and age of your tank as well as the number of individuals living at the residence where the system is being used.
Maintaining Your Septic’s Lift Station
Septic systems use drain fields and gravity to slowly disperse liquids back into the ground. For sites where the land is flat and gravity needs a little help, a lift system is installed to pump fluids up so that gravity comes back into play. This is also useful when the best-required location for a tank is in a low-lying area. D & D Septic Tank Services also provides cleaning services for your lift station to help keep it operating properly and reducing the likelihood of a system back up.
Grease Trap Maintenance in the Bonham Area
New restaurants, grocery stores, and other businesses that need to dispose of grease, fat, and oils will need to apply through the city of Bonham for a grease trap interceptor permit. Fannin County also requires permits for any retail food establishment. For more information, contact the Fannin County Office of Food Permits.
Bonham Sanitation Information
City sewer services are available for most residences and businesses inside the Bonham city limits. For additional information on services available in the Bonham area, including Fannin County, visit the Bonham city website or the Fannin County Environmental Development Department.
Septic System Services in the Bonham, TX Area
For homesites in rural Fannin County, Tex., the county requires an initial application for a permit to be issued. The homeowner must also provide an affidavit certifying the performance of required maintenance in a timely manner after taking possession of a property with an existing system. Maintenance must be performed in accordance with standards established by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ).
Septic Pumping Services for the Bonham Area
For many locations throughout rural Texas, including Fannin County, D & D Septic Tank Cleaning is available to help with questions about sanitation solutions. They install, maintain, and troubleshoot these systems, have over 40 years’ experience, and are on-call 24 hours a day in the case of an emergency.
D & D Septic Tank Cleaning offers services to install and maintain these systems. Here are some frequently asked questions about these systems.
Septic Pumping FAQs
At D&D Septic Tank Cleaning, we also take the time to answer the questions of our clients before we get started. Some of the most common questions that we get asked include: