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Septic PumpingBeing the responsible homeowner that you are, you take every precaution to make certain that your home will function well and offer you shelter, safety, comfort, and security without being a tremendous burden or hassle to take care of. An important part of taking care of your home maintenance involves taking care of your septic system. This means that, amongst other things, you are careful with the amount of water you use, you refrain from using your septic system as the disposal spot for all chemicals, and that you try to use the garbage disposal as little as possible.

An essential element of keeping your septic system functioning well is septic pumping. While you may be able to lengthen the amount of time between pumping services, the fact remains that every home with a septic system needs septic pumping to keep things functioning well. However, the frequency of septic pumping is largely dependent upon how well you take care of your septic system and how much use it gets. For example, if your family size is two or more, you need septic pumping every 2-3 years. Comparatively, a smaller family requires the service only every 4-5 years. Additionally, if you have a large number of guests coming, it is a good idea to have septic pumping completed before they arrive and possibly even after they leave.

When you need septic pumping experts, contact us at Clark Septic. We can help you to get your septic tank clean and clear so it’s ready to handle as much use as you need it to.