Septic Tank Pumping in Akron, Medina, Wayne, & Portage for over 40 Years
How Septic Systems Work
A septic system is a highly efficient, self-contained, underground wastewater treatment system. In a septic tank, sewage from the home forms three layers: scum, liquid, and sludge. Septic tanks are designed to allow liquid to flow out of the tank and for scum and sludge layers to stay in the tank. Eventually, scum and sludge need to be pumped. If you’ve had a new septic system installed since 2009, you have an aeration, or aerobic, septic system. Aeration systems work in the same way, except that sewage is broken down through air infusion.
Despite aeration systems being more efficient in breaking down sewage, your system still needs to be pumped every two to three years due to scum and sludge buildup. There are very few companies who will pump aeration systems, but Bob Young Septic is an expert in aeration pumping. With over four decades of experience, we’ll keep your aerobic septic system running for many years.
Aerobic System Service
Our company offers postcard reminders on routine service for your aeration system. If you’ve noticed drainage backups, strange odors, or your system alarm going off, schedule our services today.
Septic Tank Pumping