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DRAIN & SEWER PLUMBINGSeptic Tank & Grease Trap Repair

To maintain the condition of a septic tank, they need to be pumped regularly. This prevents backups as the tank will fill up with solid waste. Resolved Plumbing’s septic system repair services are head and shoulders above the competition. Our plumbers will get out to your location fast, clean up the mess, and fix the problem quickly before any more damage to your property occurs.

Our plumbers handle both residential and commercial projects, and no job is too big or too small for our staff.

Our commercial services also include clearing grease trap blockage, which can occur even after their regular scheduled pumps. Our grease trap repair services are fully licensed, bonded, and insured for commercial and industrial plumbing problems.

Signs of Septic System Failure

  • Drains, sinks, and toilets in your home or commercial building are backing up with water and sewage.
  • Your sink(s), showers, and bathtub drains might smell like sewage and drain very slowly.
  • You may have noises and gurgling sounds throughout your entire plumbing system.
  • The ground over your septic tank may be lower than the surrounding area.
  • You might have standing or pooling water around the septic tank or drainfield.
  • You may smell a strong odor of sewage around the tank area.
  • The grass over or around your septic tank may be greener and more lush than the surrounding areas.

Call 423-963-0346 today!

Septic Tank Plumbing Services

A failed septic tank blocks the draining of untreated sewage, forcing it back into your home or business, and/or around the tank itself. This is extremely harmful as it can find its way into nearby ecosystems through groundwater channels. Sewage carries dangerous contaminants and pathogens whose exposure will make people and animals sick.

The best way to repair a septic tank or septic system is to hire an experienced plumber like Resolved Plumbing. The better way to handle these problems is to never have them in the first place. This is done by having routine maintenance performed on your entire septic system. Every three to five years, inspect your septic system, keep foreign objects out of the toilet and bathtubs, and avoid excessive water use.

To set up a septic system maintenance program or to get more information on septic tank repair, give us a call at 423-963-0346.