Lift station problems can cause a number of issues with your septic system.
Some septic systems use lift stations to move waste. A lift station is designed to work in a system that can’t rely on gravity to keep liquid and solid waste away from the living areas on the property. You may not know if your system uses a lift station, although a septic technician can determine whether this is the case. When your system does rely on a lift station to move waste, it’s an important component that should be maintained with the other components. Regular pumping and inspections will prolong the life of your septic system and keep it working properly.
During your regular inspection, a septic technician can check for any potential lift station problems. Lift station problems can cause a number of issues with your septic system. These include minor concerns like slow-moving drains, as well as more major backup issues that can destroy your landscaping or cause damage within your home. At Quality Septic Inc., we offer a variety of services designed to keep your septic system running properly, including the resolution of any lift station problems that you may be experiencing.
If you have questions about your lift station or you’d like to learn more about potential lift station problems, contact us at Quality Septic Inc. We can take care of a number of issues that may be causing your septic system to move slowly or back up. Our team members have years of experience and have worked on many septic systems located throughout the Tampa, Florida area.
At Quality Septic Inc., we can solve lift station problems in Land O’Lakes, Brandon, Lakeland, Lutz, Ruskin, Plant City, Seffner, Odessa, Valrico, Thonotosassa, and Tampa, Florida.