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Having some knowledge of septic tank cleaning best practices and how to properly use your plumbing system when connected to a septic system is essential in keeping your septic system in good working condition. However, many people are not aware of how a septic system works and the processes that make their septic systems run at peak performance. A septic system is simple. Your plumbing is connected to drain pipes form each sink, toilet or bathtub. These pipes all join and make up your drainage system. The drainage system connects to either a city wastewater system or a septic system. Whatever you place down your drains or in toilets, leaves your building and then enters into one of these two waste collections systems. If you have a septic system and are unsure if your system needs septic tank cleaning, All Septic All Plumbing provides septic tank inspections and free estimates.


Naturally forming helpful bacteria in your septic system break downs the waste coming from your plumbing keeping solids in your septic drain field while allowing cleaner water to filter out into the surrounding ground area. Two Important Factors That Help Septic Tank Cleaning

First, it’s essential that the effective bacterial action in a septic tank be sufficient to break solid waste matter down daily. Pouring harmful chemicals, wipes and even excess cooking grease can kill helpful bacteria. To aid in best septic tank cleaning habits do not flush or pour into your drains any chemicals or products such as:

  • Bleach
  • Chemical Drain Cleaners
  • Car & Truck Oil or Antifreeze
  • Cooking Oils or Grease
  • Sanitary Wipes

Secondly, there will gradually be a build-up of solid wastes and sludge in the bottom of the septic tank. Septic tank pumping and septic tank cleaning are invaluable maintenance programs to keep your septic system running at peak performance and avoid costly repairs or replacements. When a septic tank becomes overly filled with the bacterial action is no longer able to keep up with the requirement to break down solid matter, the sludge and solid matter will start draining into the drainage system of the tank. Sludge and solid matter that backs up into your drainage system can potentially ruin your drain field which can be expensive. At the very least, the pipes leading to the drain field can clog. Clogged drain pipes can lead to wastewater backups into toilets, shower and bath drains because there’s no place for waste to go.


Slow draining sinks, toilets, and bathtubs should be a clear sign you need septic tank cleaning or septic tank pumping. Septic tanks will max out their capacity. The only way to resolve a full septic tank is to have the contents pumped out and then environmentally friendly disposed. The cost of septic tank cleaning and pumping will depend on the size of your septic tank and the amount of waste to be cleaned out. The professionals at All Septic All Plumbing are septic tank cleaning and septic tank pumping experts. We provide septic tank cleaning evaluations and free estimates. Our service vehicles use the most up to date equipment, our service personnel are train and certified, and we do our very best the meet your septic cleaning needs.

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Our mission at All Septic All Plumbing is to provide our clients with the best customer care and superior septic tank cleaning services. As part of our continued customer care pledge, we offer 24 Hours A Day – 7 Days A Week services. For the fastest response to your septic tank cleaning needs, call All Septic All Plumbing Today! “It doesn’t get any faster than ASAP!