Most homes in urban areas are hooked into their city’s sewer system. That means that all waste from those homes goes to the local sewer treatment plant where it is processed. However, in many rural areas, homes are built far from any sewer treatment facilities, so they must use alternative methods of waste disposal. Nearly all those homes have individual septic systems. These are self-contained treatment units that are nearly maintenance-free, except for a few important tasks, which must be performed periodically. For example, septic tank pumping must be done about every two to three years, depending on how much the system is used. When you need to have your septic tank pumped, our experienced Roto-Rooter technicians will take care of it.
How It Works
Your septic system essentially contains four parts. Each has a specific function.
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