Here at Peck's we take the worry out of septic maintenance. Preventative care is the best course to maintain a healthy septic system. There are three simple steps to follow to keep everything running smoothly. Learn about our worry free maintenance program!
- Regular pumping of septic tank(s) or cesspool
Regular pumping intervals are a crucial step in the waste water treatment cycle. Pumping allows sludge, debris and dead bacteria to be removed from the septic system, paving the way for new, healthy bacteria to colonize.
Learn how a septic system works.
Inspection of your tank(s), absorption area and related components is highly important. All components need to be functioning properly in order to add longevity to your system. Every pumping includes a free 20 point inspection Click here to learn about our 20 point inspection.
Some systems are equipped with an effluent filter, this is usually found in the second compartment of your tank, or the second tank if applicable. The effluent filter catches particles that have made there way through the treatment tanks and into the outflow baffle. These particles typically consist of seeds, foreign matter, lint, grease, and sludge particles. It is very important to keep the effluent filter clean, or else there could be sewage back up. Learn about effluent filters.
If your drains are going down slowly, or you suspect you may be having issue related to drain lines then you came to the right place. We offer a full line of services to open up blocked lines, inspect or clean.
Annoying tank alert alarm going off in your home, or do you notice wetness around your pump tank? You may have an issue. Peck's specializes in effluent pump repair and installation. Our trained techs can diagnose any issues, provide corrective measures and return your system to functioning condition.
Your plumbing system is a crucial part of your septic system. It is the first step to wastewater treatment. Plumbing carries your waste water from your appliances to your treatment tank. Problems here can cause issues such as leaks, or back ups into your home.