Is your home septic system acting up? Are you noticing strange and unpleasant odors in the area around your tank? Experiencing backups in your toilets that don’t have an apparent cause? These are both signs pointing to a problem with your system.
If you see anything like that, just call Advantage. We’re Haymarket VA’s septic tank pumping and service specialists, and we’ve got you covered!
We also understand that problems could crop up at any time, and if something happens in the middle of the night, you can’t afford to wait until morning to have it fixed. That’s why we’re proud to offer 24/7 emergency service to all our customers. We’re there when you need us!
Pumping is only one small part of what we do though. We offer a range of services that includes:
- General Cleaning and Repairs
- Septic System Replacement
- Sewage Pump Installation
- Alarm and/or Float Replacement
- Real Estate Inspections
- And more!
When something goes wrong with your home septic system, it can often seem like the problem just came out of nowhere.
That’s almost never the case. There’s always an underlying cause, which is why our techs do more than just fix the immediate problem. We dig deeper. We’ll go over your system from top to bottom, making sure that the integrity of the tank hasn’t been compromised, ensuring that the lines and baffles are all intact, and checking the integrity of the drain field.
Once the root cause of your issue has been found, we’ll fix that too, giving you peace of mind and one less thing to worry about.
As Haymarket VA’s leading septic tank pumping and service specialists, our talented techs have a reputation for excellence and quality workmanship that people trust. That’s why so much of our business comes from repeat customers!
While we’re more than happy to send a tech out in the middle of the night to fix whatever’s wrong with your system, there’s an easy way to minimize the chance that you’ll ever need to make that call.
If it’s been a while since you’ve had expert eyes on your system, give us a call and schedule an appointment. A good rule of thumb is that you should have your system inspected (and the tank pumped) about every three to five years. If you stick to that schedule, most problems can be caught while they’re still small and thus, easily and inexpensively repaired.
We’ll be able to tell if the drain field’s performance has been degraded, find out what’s causing it and fix it before your toilets even start backing up. We’ll be able to tell if you’ve got a buildup of solids in your tank that need to be pumped out before sludge starts leeching into your yard, or handle any other problem that might cause you major headaches down the road.