Changing your habits, such as alternating the use of large appliances like washing machines and dishwashers, and simply using less water overall help reduce wear and tear on your septic tank.
However, it’s even more critical to pump your septic tank every two to three years. If you don’t, you risk significant drainage problems and expensive repairs. Because bacteria are required for a tank to operate properly, a neglected tank will create an environment that kills the bacteria. This results in a build-up of sludge, which can clog the septic system and ultimately result in sewage backing up into your drain field.
With regular septic tank maintenance and adjusting your water usage habits, you can expect your septic tank to last at least 20 years.
Conveniently packaged in 12 individual water-soluble packets, BioFORCE is a once a month solution to maintaining a healthier septic tank.
Detergents, soap, chemicals, and other organic waste decrease the amount of naturally occurring bacteria needed to help break down solids. BioFORCE contains enzyme-producing bacteria that break down organic solid material waste increasing flow and decreasing odor from septic systems.
Customer Understands and agrees to hold harmless John’s Sanitation Septic Tank Service & Johns Sanitation, Inc. For any and all damages that may arise out of the probing & digging up and pumping of a septic system.
John’s Sanitation will not be responsible for or held liable for any damages incurred to sidewalks, driveways, Sprinkler systems, lawns, bushes or shrubs, irrigation systems, gas, electrical or phone lines. Ect. We recommend you call Miss Dig and have them come to your home before we attempt any probing or digging in your yard trying to locate your septic tank.