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Why should I schedule maintenance on my septic system?

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  • Save Money - A key reason to maintain your septic system / wastewater treatment system is to save money! Failing systems are expensive to repair or replace, and poor maintenance is often the culprit. The onsite wastewater                          practitioner or authorized person who planned and installed your system should have provided you with a maintenance plan. Having  your system inspected regularly, according  to the recommended maintenance schedule in the maintenance plan, is a bargain when you consider the cost of replacing the entire system. 


  • Call us today to discuss maintenance of your current sewer / septic system: 1-780-206-0053




Things To Keep In Mind

Do have your system inspected (every one to three years) and pump your tank (as necessary, generally every 18 – 36 months).

Do use water efficiently.
Don’t dispose of household hazardous wastes in sinks and toilets.
Do plant only grass over and near your septic system. Roots from nearby trees or shrubs might clog and damage the dispersal field.
Don’t drive or park vehicles on any part of your septic system. Doing so can compact the soil in your dispersal field or damage the pipes, tank, or other septic system components.