Cesspool Pros are here whenever you need us. Believe it or not, it is common for a cesspool, septic tank, or drainage emergency to happen in the home. That’s why we make ourselves available for you whenever something unexpected pops up. Let’s dig a little deeper into what makes something a septic emergency.
Backed Up Toilets
So you’ve got a little clog in the shower. No big deal, right? Well it might be a more serious issue if more than one of your plumbing fixtures is acting up. Check out your toilet and bathtub. If they are all making a loud gurgling noise as they back up with water, it means that you probably have a main sewer line clog. If water gurgles up when you flush your toilet, or run your faucets, that means the water is trying to leave, but something is blocking it from doing so. If you can’t seem to plunge it out yourself, call The Cesspool Pros and we’ll determine if you have a main sewer clog.
Soft, Mushy Ground
Have you noticed that as you walk around your backyard that the grass around your septic tank is unusually green? Does the ground feel very mushy under your feet? Maybe the grass feels really soggy too. If you’ve noticed these indicators, you may have a septic emergency. We perform routine septic tank cleanings, and the time to call is now. You don’t want this problem to get any worse.
What’s That Smell?
Have you noticed a distinct odor out in the yard? It’s most likely a pretty unpleasant one. What about inside the house? The same, nasty aroma seems to be everywhere. The smell could very well be wastewater, which is another sign of a septic emergency. You don’t want your house smelling that way, so it’d be a good idea to call us as soon as possible.
Don’t forget, we get dirty so you don’t have to! Call us anytime and we’ll be there to get your septic emergency solved right away.