Dedicated to Offering High-Quality Service to Our Customers
At Mountain Septic, we offer septic pumping services to customers in Aztec for all property types (i.e. homes, large companies, public restrooms, small businesses, etc.). Even if your system seems to be working efficiently, we recommend that you schedule and maintain routine septic pumping appointments. How often your tank should be pumped can depend on your household size and usage rates, but we often recommend having your tank pumped every two to three years.
Known for being efficient, professional, and integrous, you can trust our Aztec professionals to help you handle your septic tank pumping. You can trust our professionals to get the job done right as we are dedicated to providing high-quality services to our customers, and we believe in being communicative with our customers throughout the entire process.
If your tank is not pumped regularly, the tank can overfill and sludge can accumulate in the system. You may notice the following signs if your tank is full and needs to be pumped.
- Sewer backup. A sign that you need to schedule a septic pumping as soon as possible is that sewage is backing up into your home or business.
- Pooling water. If you notice standing water around your drain fields, the septic tank, or your ward, that is a sign that your system needs to be pumped.
- Plumbing issues. Your toilets may not flush properly or may be slow to drain, which can mean that your system needs to be pumped. Problems, like slow drainage, may also signal that a more costly issue has arisen. Consulting with our technicians to have your tank pumped and inspected is your best option.
- Gurgling sound. If your pipes are making strange noises (like gurgling), your tank likely needs to be emptied. You should also schedule a service if you notice a high-pitched beeping, trickling, or running water.
- Foul odors. If your septic tank is full, you may notice strange odors, like the smell of sulfur or rotten eggs, coming from your toilet or drains.
- Changes in your lawn. If you notice that your lawn is healthier than normal or that you have more green patches of grass, these changes can signal a septic system issue. When your tank is too full, the excess water may fertilize areas of your grass. Be especially mindful of the grass closest to your drain field.
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We pride ourselves on our 5-star communication throughout the entire process. We believe clear communication is the key to a successful transaction.
Exceed All Expectations
Our job doesn’t end once we leave. We will provide you with a detailed analysis of the work we completed along with a map of where your septic is located. We will also provide you with a custom maintenance schedule to keep your system optimized for performance.
We place our reputation above all else. We will diagnose what services you need, perform the task you hired us to do and clean up after ourselves once the job is done.