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The cost of pumping a septic tank depends:
On the size of your septic tank.
(The actual average price just for pumping out the tank ranges from $350 to $750. Once the sewage is pumped out, the pumper has to pay by the gallon to dispose of the septic sewage at a specific certified waste facility, so don’t be deceived by extremely low pumping price offers.)
On the contents of your septic tank.
(There could be additional charges if your tank is overfilled or has excessive solids)
On the condition of your septic tank.
(If you need repairs like replacing a baffle or cleaning a filter, there could be additional fees.
If your septic tank is full and needs pumped, here are some warning signs:
Your tub is backing up with sewage
Your toilets are gurgling
You have an overflow of septic sewage
There is a foul smell in your yard
You have slow drains
To keep your septic tank in proper working order:
You should have your septic tank pumped every 3-5 years.
You could pump more often if you have extra people living in your house.
Your septic tank should be filled with water to the normal operating level:
- Within a day or two of getting your septic tank pumped.
- In order for the effluent material to reach the outlet pipe or baffle which allows it to drain out into the absorption fields, while the solids settle on the bottom of the tank.
If you have any other questions, Septic Tank Repair Service is here to answer them for you! We want you to be fully educated on your septic tank system!