Greenville SC Septic Services
Allow Us to Do the Dirty Job for You
Ensuring that your septic system is in good working order is essential to the care and health of your home and family. At Benjamin Franklin Plumbing® of Greenville, our Greenville, SC Septic service team are certified to care for your system, making sure that it continues to run effectively for years to come. We also provide discounts for our military, police, firefighter and EMT personnel.
We offer the following septic services in Greenville, SC:
- Maintenance - It is recommended that you get your septic system pumped at least once every three years
- Repair - Our team of technicians will diagnose the problem and offer effective solutions
- Replacement - From small repairs to an entire septic tank replacement, our team is here to help
Offering 24/7 Emergency Greenville, SC septic services
There's never a good time for your septic system to fail on you, which is why we work around the clock to make sure we are there when there's a problem. A faulty or ineffective septic system can wreak havoc on your home and family, causing backups and creating unpleasant and unhealthy living conditions. Our Greenville, SC septic service team understand that when it comes to your septic system, time is of the essence, which is why our team is on standby, ready to give you prompt and reliable plumbing service. We conveniently offer Greenville, SC septic services as well as Greer, Simpsonville, Travelers Rest, Mauldin, and Fountain Inn. Also areas within Anderson County, Oconee County, Pickens County, and Spartanburg.
Your septic system may need repairs if you notice any of these signs:
You notice a sewage odor near and around your home -
Your home shouldn't smell bad from plumbing. If you start to smell odd odors, this could be a sign that your septic tank is not properly performing and in need of repair.
Slow Draining in Your Home -
Slow drainage can be an early indicator that that something is wrong with your septic tank and in need of pumping or repair.
Water on the Drain Field -
Keep an eye on your drain field and look for any issues. If standing water is noticebly present or an unpleasant smell is coming from your yard or drain field, it may be a good idea to call for a septic tank inspection.
Backing Up Sewege -
Slow drainage is usually the first sign of septic tank problems. It's possible that your septic tank can skip slow draining and go straight to backing up your entire systme. If sludge appears in your bathtub this is another indicator that your septic system needs repair.
Recommendations for Caring for Your Septic System
SC DHEC recommends having your septic tank pumped regularly. Our Greenville, SC septic services team agrees! Regular pumping can save you thousands of dollars in the long run.
Here are our recommendations:
For a 1,000 gallon Tank
- Number of Residents: 2 (Pump every 5 years)
- Number of Residents: 4 (Pump every 2.5 Years)
- Number of Residents: 6 (Pump annually)
For a 1,250 gallon Tank
- Number of Residents: 2 (Pump every 7 years)
- Number of Residents: 4 (Pump every 3 Years)
- Number of Residents: 6 (Pump every 2 years)
If you have encountered any of these issues, give Benjamin Franklin Plumbing® of Greenville a call at (800) 259-7705 or use our online form.