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Let's be honest, no one wants to spend their hard earned money on a septic system repair. The key to avoiding a septic system repairs is septic maintenance. Well maintained septic systems function longer and more efficiently. However, when problems do arise, it is important to know when it is best to repair or to replace your septic tank or leach area. While some parts of your tank can be checked by the owner, it is usually best to call the professionals to help determine what the issue is and how to fix it.

When to Repair:

  • Standing water in the lines or on the surface could be sign of a failing leach area or a problem with the piping.
  • Unusual odors may be signs of a high solid levels or bacteria levels low due to no maintenance on the system.
  • Backed up sewage is a red flag to check your septic system's water level. If it is high, there may be an issue with the septic tank or the leach area, which is best determined after pumping.
  • Other signs that may indicate possible system problems are slow running or backed up toilets and unusual sewage odors throughout the home.

When it comes to septic systems, damages only grow worse with time, which could harm the environment, your health, your property, and could cost a large sum of money. Be proactive in calling Paradise Valley Septic to repair your septic system as soon as an issue arises to avoid any further damages.

When the leach area fails, the only option is a replacement. An obvious sign of failure is when stinky, odorous bubbles begin to surface in the leach area, usually due to a lack of system pumping. Septic system replacements can be very costly, so we highly suggest keeping up on your septic tank maintenance. However, if your system does fail, Darrell’s Septic Pumping promises to provide you with a quality septic tank or leach area replacement, as well as with ways to manage your system to prevent future damage and failures.

Remember, every septic tank system functions differently depending on how it is installed and what waste it is required to decompose, so before making a decision on whether to repair or replace your septic system, never hesitate to give the professionals a call!

Contact us today to request an estimate on any of our services.