septic tank alarms

One of the most important parts of owning a septic tank is learning how to spot warning signs. Catching a problem when it’s small can mean the difference between small repairs and spending thousands on a new septic tank. With the right care and maintenance, you can add years onto the life cycle of your septic tank. This could result in using the same tank for up to twenty years. This is a huge savings for a home or business owner. Here are some tips on how to use septic tank alarms to help you detect problems early, before septic failure sets in:

  1. What are the warning signs of septic failure? Septic problems are often hard to detect if you don’t know what you’re looking for. Some red flags to watch for are slow moving drains, clogs, back-ups, leach field leaks, or foul odors. If you notice these problems are becoming more persistent, it’s time to call in a professional for an inspection. You may need septic pumping.
  2. What if your septic tank isn’t showing any warning signs? There are times when a septic system isn’t showing any warning signs but there’s still a problem. This is where a septic tank alarm can be a huge help. It’s a cost effective way to protect your home against septic failure.
  3. How does a septic tank alarm work? A septic tank alarm is a small device in your tank that alerts the homeowner to a malfunction (such as a broken pump, a power failure, a leak inside or outside the tank, clogged drain pipes, or freezing within the pipes) within the septic system. The septic tank alarm will signal when the water levels inside the tank have risen to an abnormal level.
  4. What do I do if my septic tank alarm goes off? If you notice that your septic tank alarm has gone off, you should call in a professional right away.

 

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