What should I do? What’s wrong with the septic system? The alarm will go off when there is a high level of liquid in the pump tank. This can be caused by the pump failing, a drain field failure, or an electrical problem. If you have a power outage and continue to use your plumbing as
Everyone is busy and time goes by quickly. We understand why it’s hard to remember when you last pumped your septic tank out. Allgood provides a free Reminder Service to help existing customers by taking away the worry of remembering. Once Allgood services the septic system, it is entered into the database. The Reminder Service
When you have a regular maintenance plan and properly care for your septic system, it will help ensure it is effective for years. Below are 10 tips that can be taken to keep your septic system healthy. Top 10 Tips 1. Pump the septic tank every 3-5 years, depending how heavily the system is used. 2.
This issue continues to gain national attention. Do not flush wipes or trash. We’ve talked about this issue before in another article and it is a serious problem that continues to grow. How to stop the problem and save money? It’s not difficult, dispose items properly. Trash goes into the trash, this includes (baby) wipes. Throwing items into
Allgood was called out to pump a septic tank in Robertson County, TN. It was a normal day in late July and Tennessee was baking in the sweltering heat (of 2016) with a heat index frequently hitting into 90° or more. Upon arrival Ernie noticed a busy work crew around the property. They were cleaning
There seems to be a perception, by some, that plumbing in your home is magical…where once an item goes down the drain it vanishes, forever, never to be seen again…pure magic. That would be great, but it’s not true. Items that are disposed of down the drain, or in the toilet, take a journey through the
The septic tank and septic system are amazing working parts of your home that you rarely think about it or see. There are several different types of septic tanks and systems used today, however we will discuss the most common one, a conventional system. All water goes into the septic tank When you wash your
Over the past few months we have been encountering more and more septic tanks that are filled with disposable wipes. The tank is packed so tight and full with a thick layer of wipes that a person could walk across it. Today we have disposable wipes for just about anything you can imagine—baby wipes, disinfecting