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How A Properly Maintained Septic System Benefits Your Business

How A Properly Maintained Septic System Benefits Your Business

If your business has a septic system, you are probably aware that there are some steps you need to take to maintain it properly. A neglected septic system can lead to disasters that are not only expensive to fix but could also disrupt your business. Here is how a properly maintained septic system benefits your business.

Regular Pumping Ensures Proper Function

The first thing to be aware of as an owner of a commercial septic system is that regular pumping is a MUST. How often you will need pumping depends on many different factors. Surprisingly, it does not depend on how big your building is. The factors that determine pumping frequency are the number of bathrooms in your building, the number of people you have on an average day using your bathrooms and the size of your tank. If you are unsure of what a proper pumping schedule should be, your septic system company will be able to tell you.

Commercial Septic Systems Can Hold A LOT of Wastewater

Commercial septic tanks are designed to hold an immense amount of wastewater. This means if you have a business with a lot of in and out customers, like a restaurant or a retail store, you will have peace of mind. If you stay on a regular pumping schedule, get yearly inspections, and stay on top of necessary repairs, your system should work perfectly. Businesses that use city sewage service are sometimes left waiting and waiting for problems to be resolved. A septic system gives you more control.

If you own a business with a septic system, you need a reliable company you can count on. Affordable Pumping Services has years of experience maintaining and servicing commercial septic systems. We can get you scheduled with everything you need to keep your business running smoothly. Give us a call today!

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