Septic Tank and Grease Traps
Unmatched Septic Tank and Grease Trap Service From Kansas Plumbers
Plumbers 911 Can Efficiently Remove Those Pesky Clogs for You
There is so much more to septic tank and grease traps than simply disposing of your wastes. Where much consideration and attention must be placed onto the environmental impact that the disposal of these wastes have on our planet, as well as the effectiveness and efficiency of disposing of the wastes. A septic system that has leaks or clogs will dramatically impact the effectiveness of your system. That is why it is imperative that if you are experiencing any issues that lead you to believe that you may potentially have a problem with your septic system or grease trap that you call the number one plumbing technicians in Kansas, Plumbers 911.
We hire only the best of the best in terms of our highly experienced professionals and so we are able to deliver the highest quality plumbing services in the greater Kansas area. Regular routine maintenance is essential for the proper functioning of both septic systems as well as grease traps and we offer the most reliable services of superior quality in the area. Call your expert septic tank and grease trap specialists today for unmatched service!
Complete Grease Trap Cleaning By Your Kansas Plumbing Experts
As recognized leaders amongst our valued customers, we at Plumbers 911 specialize in complete grease trap cleaning. When you choose us as your expert plumbers you can rest assured that your businesses grease trap will be cleaned in the most complete manner feasible. We will responsibly remove and dispose of the entire contents of the trap at which point we will then attentively scrape the walls to free up debris. We will then power-wash the sidewalls, bottom, trap baffles and even pipes each and every time we clean it.
Know When To Call Your Kansas Septic Tank Service Providers
Knowing when your septic tank needs service is vital in maintaining a properly functioning system, as well as in protecting the environment from the potential leaks of harmful bacteria and nitrates. Here are four telltale signs that your system requires professional attention:
Foul odors: For homes that have septic tanks as opposed to using city sewer lines, all of the water from the home will eventually make its way to the tank itself. This includes all dishwater, water from the washing machine, showers, baths, sinks, and toilets. Additionally, solid waste also will make its way to the tank. When the tank becomes full liquid waste can begin to leak out of the tank causing emitting foul odors. If you notice an unusually stinky smell outside of your home, mainly around the tank, it is likely that your septic tank is full.
Pooling water around the tank: One of the first and most noticeable signs that your septic tank needs service, or might be full, is that of pooling water in or around the drain field or on top of the tank. When a septic system is functioning properly the waste from the tank will slowly seep out into the field where healthy bacteria will break down the matter in an organic way. When we say “functioning properly” that means that the tank is not full and the drain field not shot so that waste can be properly absorbed. If you notice standing water or unusually soggy ground around your drain field or atop your tank you should call us for a quick pump.
Waste backup: It is not pleasant when your sinks, showers and bathtubs begin to fill with sewage, but it does happen and it happens often! If your septic tank is full you can expect that sewage will begin to back up into the lowest points of the home. For instance a basement drain, downstairs shower or toilet.
Drainage issues: If you notice that despite your every effort to buy the most expensive and “promising” drain cleaning product as well as unsuccessful toilet plunges, drains and toilets in your home continue to drain slowly then your tank is probably full. If a septic tank is full then there is nowhere for the waste to go and therefore drains will appear to work ever so slowly.
When To Call Your Expert Grease Trap Service Providers in Kansas For Your Cleaning Needs
Since not properly maintaining your businesses grease trap, say by not cleaning it regularly, actually poses an environmental hazard it is therefore very important that you stay on top of this task! Here are a few indicative signs that your grease trap needs cleaning.
- Foul Odor: A grease trap that is left uncleaned will permeate a strong foul odor around the sink and in some instances can spread over the whole kitchen.
- Slow drainage: Full grease traps may cause the water from your sink to not drain at all or to drain very slowly. If you are experiencing slow drainage call us today for a complete grease trap cleaning!
- Water Low in Toilets: A full grease trap can affect all plumbing not just the sink. If you are noticing consistently low water in your toilets your grease trap probably needs a thorough cleaning.
Call Plumbers 911 Today For Your Septic Tank Or Grease Trap Emergency
We know that emergencies do not always happen at the most opportune time and that is why we offer our valued Kansas customers reliable 24/7 emergency septic tank and grease trap service. If you are looking for anytime emergency service that you can count on and that won’t cost an arm and a leg call your friends at Plumbers 911 today!