[img]https://s3.amazonaws.com/syndwire-videos/qaimm1491845489.jpgYou can think of your system as having three main parts:the lines inside your building;the tank; andthe leach field.Each of the pipes in the building intersect at one main exit point, so if you have a complication at this point or anywhere after, this is when you'll begin to see sewage backing up into your house. Related: Residential Septic Tank Pumping in Atlanta, GA If you're staring at a tub full of backed up sewage, quit reading and just call (404) 998-8812 now. You're going to require some help. It could be a septic tank problem or a leach field issue, but whatever the case, it needs to be analyzed by a skilled technician and corrected as soon as possible.
If your drains are obstructed, slow, or sluggish, you can administer a few assessments to distinguish where the problem is. For example, if it's a single drain, and everything else functions fine, you can confine the problem to the drain. With this case, you may can snake it and remove the clog. If you can't or it doesn't work, a plumber or septic technician need to be called. Remember that if the plumber can not resolve it, you'll must call a septic pro, so it may work out to be cheaper to begin with the septic pro first. If multiple drains pipes are obstructed at the same time, you're tackling something at the join or in the tank. It's better to call before it ends up being a backup.
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