One of the most important systems in your entire household is most likely the one that you never check. Because your septic system runs quietly in the background and usually causes no problems, you’re likely used to never giving it a second thought. You may even be asking yourself if you have a septic system. A septic system is installed in fairly rural areas – usually ones that aren’t connected to any type of city water. If you don’t pay the town for your water, then you most likely have a septic system (or cesspool, an outdated system that should be immediately changed to a septic system). Septic system drain fields typically have about a 20-year lifespan. If you’re not sure about your system, it’s definitely time to have it checked. If you’re considering inspection or drain field installation in Mill Creek, look to Superior Septic Services, LLC for all of your septic needs.
You may also be wondering about septic systems if you’re a new homebuyer. This is an important point that must be checked by the home inspector prior to your mortgage. If it fails, then it needs to be fixed immediately.
If you’re already experiencing major plumbing issues, such as a foul odor, backed up toilet, toilet that won’t flush, or sewage in your backyard, this is actually an emergency situation and you should stop using water immediately – and call us for help.
To learn more about a drain field installation in Mill Creek, call Superior Septic Services, LLC today at (425)905-2485 to speak with a member of our team about an evaluation or estimate. We’re happy to make your business ours.