Jackson Septic Pumps, Septic Tanks and Septic Installs
Jackson Septic Pumps, Septic Tanks and Septic Installs
Jackson Septic Pumps, Septic Tanks and Septic Installs
Jackson Septic Pumps, Septic Tanks and Septic Installs

Located in Savannah, servicing Hardin, McNairy, Wayne, Decatur, Chester and other surrounding counties"

Phone: (731) 925-3275

SEPTIC TANK SYSTEM
Frequently Asked Questions

What type of maintenance does my septic system need?

A septic tank should be inspected yearly and pumped at least every 2 years to function properly. Rogers Septic Service offers affordable maintenance service programs at reasonable rates.

What happens during a septic system inspection?

Our inspector will assess your septic tank to determine the level of solids and evaluate the inlet, outlet, tank divider, and the general condition of the tank. The system's drain and the drain piping are also inspected to check its general condition. Septic tank inspections are extremely practical for identifying a relatively small problem before it develops into a larger more expensive repair.

What does septic tank pumping do?

Rogers Septic Service‘s septic tank pumping service removes all sludge, waste and scum from the tank to keep drinking water safe and the system functioning at peak performance.

How often do I need to clean my septic tank?

Experts recommend that septic tanks be cleaned thoroughly each year. Regular cleaning and inspection greatly reduces the need expensive repairs later on. The frequency required for pumping depends on the size of your tank and your level of water use. Call Rogers Septic Service at (731) 925-3275 for more information.

What else can I do to ensure that my septic tank lasts longer?

Avoid disposing of grease, cooking oil, and harsh chemicals poured down the drain the result can cause an imbalance to the micro-organisms necessary for the optimal break down of solid waste in the septic system. Use toilet paper in moderation and never flush personal hygiene wipes even if they say “Flushable”.

What does it mean if my septic tank smells bad?

In general, a septic tank should function without any unpleasant odor. Foul odors emanating from a septic system usually indicate a need for pumping and/or repair. Call (731) 925-3275 for immediate assistance.

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