Cesspool Service Long Island
Septic tank cleaning services are important to prevent buildup and premature system replacements. Here at Cesspool Service Long Island, we make cleaning your septic tank as worry and hassle free as possible. Our professional septic tank cleaning crews use only the industry’s top rated equipment and methods to safely and efficiently clean your cesspool and septic system.
How often should you have your sewer system cleaned?
While there are a few factors that cause the range to vary, the standard rule of thumb for cleaning your septic system is 2 to 3 years. If you have a large number of people at your property on a regular basis or your system is older, cleaning your septic system more frequently is recommended. When was the last time you had your septic system cleaned? Do not wait; call us to schedule an appointment now. Our professional septic cleaning team is available to provide septic tank cleaning services that works with your schedule.
What are some signs that it’s time to have your septic tank system cleaned?
Call us immediately if any of these apply:
What can you expect and how do we clean out a septic tank system?
Cleaning out your septic tank system is a messy but necessary job. It is important not to make the mistake of substituting regular septic inspection and cleaning with additive products. These products can cause a disruption in the delicate ecosystem inside your septic tank. Make the call to the septic tank experts at Cesspool Service Long Island.
We will come out and check the levels of sludge and scum and use quality pumping and jetting equipment to clean out your septic system properly. By using the best pumping and hydro jetting equipment we are able to minimize the typical odor that normally accompanies the septic system cleaning process
Just because your septic tank and cesspool system is not visible, your system is designed with many drains that flow from your home or place of business into one main septic drain that pools into what is called a septic tank.
The magic happens when all the sources of waste water begin to separate inside of your septic tank. Fats and oils rise to the top while the heavy waste particles stay at the bottom. This is how septic sludge (heavy waste at the bottom of your septic tank) and septic scum (oily fatty waste floating at the top of your septic system) and the clear middle section of waste water is called effluent.
During this separation process, a delicate microbial ecosystem of little organisms is breaking down the waste.
We are here to help you understand how your septic tank works and how often your system requires maintenance. This will result in a properly flowing septic system that will give your family or business means to effectively remove and contain waste.
If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us.
We serve the greater Long Island, New York counties of Nassau County and Suffolk County.