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Welcome to Woodstock Septic Tank Pumping

Do you have a septic tank installed in your home? When was the last time you had it checked by a professional? How do you keep your septic tank in good condition? Welcome to Woodstock Septic Tank Pumping. If you want to have a septic tank system that will work for the years to come, then we are the men for the job! We have been serving Woodstock, Georgia, and its neighboring cities for more than three decades now. With our proven track record, there is nothing we can’t do when it comes to septic tank issues!

How often should septic tank be pumped?

Septic tanks installed to help you get rid of the wastewater in your household. Septic tanks have different tank sizes based on your necessity. Your septic tank can last for more than 40 to 50 years if you know how to take good care of it properly. The best way to do it is through septic tank pumping.

Here in Woodstock Septic Tank Pumping, aside from the usual septic tank pumping service we offer, we also recommend adding enzymes to your septic tank once a month. These will help maintain the level of bacteria in your septic tank which is useful in breaking down the solid components and wastes.

In general, we recommend septic tank pumping every three to five years. However, to take the exact frequency of your septic tank pumping, we need to consider certain factors. These factors affect your septic tank pumping frequency.

The first factor is the number of people living in your house. This is one of the biggest factors in determining how often you need to have your septic tank pumped. If your family members have gone big significantly, you may want to increase the frequency of your septic pumping service as well. Keep in mind that the more people you have in your home, even if they are just daily visitors, the more wastewater will enter your septic system.

The next things you have to consider are the age of your septic tank system, the size of the tank, your seasonal usage changes and the use of general additives.
Remember that simple activities like laundry, showers and cooking generate more wastewater and more solid wastes will need to be removed from your tank. It is also advisable to pump your septic tank before a party or a large gathering of people. The large volume of wastewater that will flow into the septic tank can temporarily overload the septic tank and septic system. This can cause a stoppage in the sewer line between your house and the septic tank.

Septic tank pumping and cleaning are critical steps in septic system care. If done properly, this extends the life of the septic field.

Woodstock Septic Tank Pumping provides the best septic tank pumping services in Georgia. We usually pair this service with septic tank inspection to give you the overall report of your septic tank’s health. Call us today to schedule your first septic pumping service with us!

Why Septic Tank Pumping?

As mentioned earlier, septic tank pumping is the best way to extend the life of your septic system. If you have a large number of household members with a small septic tank installed, you may need to have your tank pumped annually. The sad part about septic tank maintenance is since this activity is done so infrequently, homeowners often neglect the importance of it.


Below are some of the benefits associated with regular septic tank maintenance.


•Problems are detected early on
The inspections we conducted will not only give the detailed report of the status of your tank. We will also keep our eyes peeled for small problems like cracks in your tank and growing blockages in the pipes leading from your house to the tank. Regular inspections ensure that problems are caught early on before they lead more costly and stressful problems.

•We give advice on habits you can change
Sometimes simple things matter. We give advice to our clients on how they can take good care of their septic system properly. There are certain items you need to avoid flushing, like feminine hygiene products and wet wipes. You also need to check the chemicals and pesticides that you rinse down the drain. These are harmful to your septic tank too.

•No more sewage back ups
If your septic tank has reached its recommended capacity, you may end up with dangerous sewage backing up into your yard or even inside your house. Raw sewage is full of bacteria, viruses and parasites which can cause illnesses like Hepatitis A and Leptospirosis. When you have your septic tank schedule maintenance, we will remove the solid wastes from the tank before it reaches its limit.

•Drains will run smoothly
If your tank gets too full, your drains may encounter some problems. The may begin draining slowly. It is not enjoyable to take a shower while you stand in 6 inches of water because the drain won’t flow. By having your septic tank pumped regularly, you are giving your drains plenty of space to accommodate any water you send down the drain.

•Save more money and costs will remain manageable
One reason why some homeowners try to delay their septic tank maintenance is because they want to keep costs down. However, this is not likely the case. Delaying your septic tank maintenance can lead to sewage damage, and it can cause thousands to clean up the sewage and replace building materials.


Take good care of your septic tank system and it will continue to take good care of you. Contact Woodstock Septic Tank Pumping to schedule your septic maintenance appointment soon.

What signs should I watch for in my septic tank system?

We have listed some of the important signs which can tell you that your septic system needs to be pumped out. If you notice of these signs, call us immediately.


1. Sluggish Draining or Flushing
If your septic tank is in top condition, you may notice that your toilets, showers and drains have that “energetic” flush. However, if you notice slowly draining bath tubs, washing machines, toilets and showers, then it is probably an indication that your septic tank needs to be emptied out.

2. Odor
Odor can be one of the indications that your septic tank needs to be pumped out. As your tank fills up, odor-causing gases are trapped and have nowhere to go. This can impose a serious problem on health. If you suddenly notice sewage odor inside your house or around your property, then it is best to call us to pump out your septic tank system.

3. Standing Water
Water can start to pool anywhere in your property when your septic tank is full. Pooling water is a serious indication that you need to pumped out your septic tank system or at least it needs to be inspected.

4. Healthier Green Lawn Over Drain field
Normally, the color of the grass around your property and over the drain field should be the same. However, if you notice that the lawn over your drain field is much greener than its neighbors, it is an indication that your septic tank needs to be pumped out.

5. High Nitrate Content in Well Water
If you have well water in addition to your septic tank system, it is recommended that you test your water at least once a year. If the results of the tests show a higher level of nitrate, your wastewater may be overflowing your septic tank and leaching into your drinking water. This sign can be hazardous to your health if it is not addressed immediately.

6. Sewage backup
This is probably the sign you don’t want to experience. Avoid the area and immediately call a septic tank service the moment you see signs of sewage back up. Your tank may need to be pumped out or there may be more septic tank problems involved.


Woodstock Septic Tank Pumping has a vast experience of handling septic tanks and we offer different solutions to your septic tank problems. Keep in mind that your septic tanks need to be maintained regularly to extend its useful life and to avoid the stress it may cause you.


Check our website for more details regarding our services and who we are. You can also check our online reviews and testimonials to have a glimpse of our customer service. Comments and suggestions are always welcome so we can improve more on our services.


Feel free to call us at (770) 637-4817 and we can give you a free quote on our septic tank service. One of our friendly customer service agents will get in touch with you to ask for the details of your tank and if you agree, we can schedule your first septic tank pumping right away! When it comes to septic tank pumping, do not wait before it’s too late! Call us now and experience the kind of service we offer!

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