When working on your tank, our technicians will check the septic tank water level.
Within the septic tank on your property, you will find liquid and solid waste. The solid waste forms layers, known as sludge, which must be removed every few years to prevent the tank from becoming overloaded and backing up. The liquid waste is treated within the tank and then moves out through the pipes to the drain field. In order to avoid sewage backups and problems with your tank, it’s important to keep track of the septic tank water level. At Tampa Bay Septic, we offer a range of septic services. During a maintenance service, we can check the water level and determine when the tank will need service.
A functional septic tank will contain various types of materials, so having some liquid in the tank at all times is normal. Even right after your tank is emptied, the septic tank water level won’t be at zero. The water used to clean out the tank will remain until it is treated and can move out through the pipes. When working on your tank, our technicians will check the septic tank water level. If we notice any concerns with the tank or water level, we can make recommendations to get it back to the proper level.
In addition to answering your questions about your septic tank water level, we’re also available to take care of a number of other septic needs at your Tampa, Florida property. We offer septic installation, repair, replacement, and maintenance services. All of our services are handled by skilled septic experts.
At Tampa Bay Septic, we can check septic tank water levels in Tampa, Brandon, Clearwater, Palm Harbor, and Spring Hill, Florida.