Septic, Sewer, and Drains
The signs of a failing septic or sewer system are a little less obvious than the signs displayed by failing pressurized plumbing.
You might be experiencing slow draining from sinks, tubs, and toilets. You might have an unpleasant odor of sewage in your home or in your yard. There may be a wet spot in your lawn where there should not be. One thing is for sure - if your septic system fails completely and sewage backs up into your home, you're going to need an expert, and you're going to need help fast!
That's where Georgia Plumbing and Septic comes in. Our state-certified technicians are truely expert at determining what type of solution is right for your situation. Depending on whether your home is serviced by a tap into the municipal sewer system or if you've got an on-site liquid management system on your property (ie: septic system), you need someone with the experience to quickly and effectively diagnose what is preventing your sewage from meeting its appropriate destination.
We can determine if the problem is between your fixtures and the main sewer line, if the problem is in the main sewer line between the house and either the septic tank or municipal sewer hookup, if the problem is in your septic tank itself, or if your underground drain field system is at-fault.
Under any of these circumstances, we can offer you a solution that is going to solve the problem. Our expertise doesn't stop there - it's the ability to troubleshoot precisely where the problem is that will save you money. You wouldn't want a surgeon probing around inside your body without knowing what the problem is beforehand; you don't want someone running your bill up doing a bunch of unnecessary digging in your yard, destroying the look and feel that you've worked hard to cultivate, without knowing what they're looking for.
Georgia Plumbing and Septic can free the most troublesome blockages within the drain lines of your house. We've got professional tools that can either mechanically free the blockage as well as high-pressure jetting equipment that can polish your drain lines and make them as smooth as they were when they were installed.
Georgia Plumbing and Septic is authorized to repair or replace the main sewer leading from your home to the street, or from your home into your septic tank. Don't trust an in-line replacement if you've got crumbing sewer lines; anything that further restricts the flow of water and sewage through the pipe by reducing the inner diameter with a layer of added material is going to cause you trouble in the long run as it traps debris in the most narrow parts.
We perform septic tank cleanings every day, and are the industry experts when it comes to locating tanks, excavating them with a minimal amount of grade-level distruption, and providing a thorough and complete emptying of the contents. During the course of a cleaning, we inspect the internal components including the inlet and outlet sewer lines, both tees (or baffles), and the behavior of the drain field.
If a drain field issue is causing your system to behave abnormally, we've got the most time-tested methods available for restoring the functionality of your system. We do everything we can to avoid you the cost and disruption of a complete drain field replacement, but in the event that a complete replacement is required, we work with the county office of Environmental Health and state-certified soil scientists to develop a comprehensive plan to install a system that will work for you for years and years to come.
Before you invest thousands of dollars on a system that you don't understand, give our experts a chance to evaluate your situation and help you to make the most educated decision that you can. Our goal is to provide you with as much information about your system as we can so that you truly know what services you're paying for.
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