As a homeowner or a business owner, you know that the primary reason for your using a septic system is that you are not close enough to public sewage lines.
Of course, that means your septic system must function at its best at all times…you can’t afford a septic system failure!
When sewage backs up into the house or terrible odors overcome the backyard, you know something is wrong with your septic system. Depending on what’s causing the problem, you’ll face some big decisions about whether to repair or replace the equipment.
If it’s a broken pipe, patching it might cost just a few hundred dollars. But if the drain field needs to be replaced, you could be out $2,000 to $10,000. Worst case: You need an alternative treatment system, for $15,000 or more.
We can all agree that a septic system problem is unlikely to work itself out anytime soon. Only a septic system repair company like Snakeman is fully equipped and prepared to apply industry expertise to return your septic system to ideal working conditions. Remember, septic supply line repair and septic tank maintenance is dirty business…not the type of thing you want to try yourself. So contact Snakeman Septic today to learn how our septic system repair services hold the answer to your septic system problem.