A broken pump doesn’t have to be a catastrophe when you leave repair to our experienced team.
There are many essential elements of a septic system from the tank to the drain field, and a very important part of the system is the septic pump. This pump is located in the final chamber of your septic tank or in an entirely separate chamber outside of the main tank. Its primary function is to pump wastewater, also called effluent, from the septic tank to the drain field. There, the effluent will be released into the soil to remove bacteria and viruses naturally. Without a functioning pump, wastewater will rise in the tank and threaten to overflow, potentially leading to backups and other pressing issues. Luckily, our team at A&B Septic Services, Inc. can prevent this from happening when we provide pump repair.
You should know that pump failure rarely goes unnoticed. This is because your septic system has an alarm that sounds when the sewage level is too high, so once you notice that alarm, you’ll know to give our team a call. We have 15 years of experience in the septic business, and those years have made us adept at recognizing problems quickly. Whatever is wrong with your pump, we have the expertise to correct it in a safe, effective, and prompt fashion. We can even respond to your needs 24/7 if you need emergency pump repair. Trust us and you’ll never be left wanting when it comes to getting high-quality septic services.
As a local and family-owned business, we strive to provide homes and businesses in Greensboro, North Carolina with excellent pump repair and customer service. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and receive additional information.
At A&B Septic Services, Inc., we offer pump repair services for customers in Greensboro, Mebane, Graham, Burlington, Winston-Salem, Jamestown, Kernersville, Oak Ridge, Summerfield, and High Point, North Carolina.