Your tank fills up from top to bottom and bottom to top, eventually filling past its reservoir capacity without regular septic tank pumping. With years of experience in the industry taking care of local commercial and residential septic tanks, Call Clint Septic knows how to properly maintain your sewage system. We can recommend pumping schedules to fit your household’s needs and usage levels.
Your septic tank should perform with optimal functionality to keep your household safe and sanitary at all times. Like all systems, your septic tank requires routine maintenance to make this possible. Call Clint Septic has mastered septic tank services so that the people of Pleasant Valley, NY can avoid common sewage system issues. We offer tank cleaning, pumping, routine maintenance, repairs, and replacements to accommodate any need.
Septic tanks are the unsung heroes of the home. They keep your sinks, showers, and toilets running by safely and efficiently disposing of wastewater. Problems with your septic system can lead to an unhappy home. If you need septic tank replacement or new installation, Call Clint Septic is your top choice in the Hudson Valley area. Local, licensed and well trained with the right equipment to get the job done.
The performance of your septic system depends on the state of your septic field. This field disposes of wastewater safely and efficiently, keeping your premises free of harmful and foul wastewater – that is, when it’s working correctly. Over time (or if an issue occurs with your septic system), your septic field can begin to break down, leading to more buildup than the soil can absorb. Call Clint Septic is the professional septic field rejuvenation expert!
Not only does the team at Call Clint handle your every day Septic needs but have earned the reputation of being able to handle even the most difficult of septic challenges. Call Clint Septic of Pleasant Valley, NY is your go-to resource for professional septic tank pumping and other septic services. Your septic tank works hard to keep your home’s wastewater system functional, efficient, and sanitary. Without timely septic tank pumping and maintenance waste materials can escape from the tank and begin to saturate the surrounding soil.
The crew at Call Clint Septic has years of training and hands-on experience as well as the equipment to quickly and efficiently pump your tank. Regular septic tank pumping is the only way to ensure the functionality and long life of your wastewater system.
Sign up for proper care and routine pumping with Call Clint Septic, and benefit from working with industry experts. We can help you minimize septic odors, identify issues, make cost-effective repairs, and handle system maintenance with ease. We’ll pump your tank, emptying it out and clearing it of sludge and scum so it’s good as new. To schedule your services, contact us today.
How Often Should You Pump Your Septic Tank?
There is an ongoing debate regarding how often to invest in septic tank pumping, but the New York State Department of Health recommends pumping every two to three years. In a typical household, this is the amount of time it takes for the septic tank to fill with the three main types of waste:
Top layer: Scum. Discharge from your household’s plumbing enter the septic tank and separate over time thanks to natural processes using bacteria. The lighter solids, such as fats and grease, rise to the surface and form a layer of scum.
Mid layer: Wastewater. In the middle of your septic tank lies partially treated wastewater, void of heavier and lighter solids. Your septic tank’s design allows this wastewater to flow into the leach field.
Bottom layer: Sludge. Heavier particles settle on the bottom of your tank, partially decomposing over time to create a layer of sludge.
- Septic Repair
- Septic Maintenance
- Septic Installation
- Septic Tank Replacement,
- Septic Tank Pumping
- Septic Field Rejuvenation
- Septic Back-Ups
- Tank Clean-out
- Septic Tank Cleaning
- Trenchless Pipe Replacement
- Clean-Out Leaks
Gurgling, Bubbling up Issues
- Clogged Toilets
- Clogged Sewer Line
- Emergency Septic Issues