Reliable Septic Inspections
At Mountain Septic, we provide septic inspections for a range of customers, including home and business owners, home sellers and buyers, and real estate agents. Our talented technicians will thoroughly inspect the tank, identify any issues that should be addressed, and provide a comprehensive report of the system’s condition.
Mountain Septic not only helps with your septic clean outs, but we help to identify the problems that are causing back ups. Using our video scope camera we can explore the sewer lines to see if there are roots blocking your pipes. Any pesky rodents trying to make a home in your septic lines. Or, identifying any damaged or aged pipes that may need to be replaced. Identifying problems quickly can help in saving lots of hassle and money.
What Could Happen if You Don’t Pump a Septic Tank?
In a word: disaster! When a septic tank gets full, it must be pumped. Otherwise, several problems could result. If the solids are allowed to buildup past a certain point, it can clog the mainline and cause sewage backup and other plumbing issues inside your home. You might have this problem if you hear gurgling sounds or smell sewer odors coming from your drains or have wastewater backing up in your sinks, tubs, and toilets.
Another issue that could result from an unpumped tank is solids being allowed to exit the tank and enter the drainfield, thus resulting in a clog. This will prevent the drainfield from working properly and lead to puddles of sewage on the surface of your lawn. Fortunately, these types of problems can be avoided through regular pumping. If it’s been a while since your septic system was last pumped, call our professional for a septic inspection.
When you need septic services in Cortez, call Mountain Septic at (970) 903-2439 for top-quality solutions.