We are experts in all things related to septic tanks and other septic components.
One of the key components within a septic system is the tank, which is a concrete box buried beneath the ground. Septic tanks have pipes connected on either side. When liquid and solid waste moves through the drains in a home that connects to the septic system, the waste goes into the tank through the pipes on one side. Within the tank, solid waste forms layers at the bottom while liquid waste is treated and moves to the top, where it can flow out through the other set of pipes. This waste is called effluent, and it can re-enter the soil system after moving out of the tank and through the drain field.
Septic tanks come in a range of sizes to accommodate varying household and property sizes. The right tank size for your property depends on the size of the home that connects to it, as well as how often you have it pumped out. Septic tanks require routine maintenance, including regular pumping and cleaning, to prevent backups and other unpleasant issues. It’s also important for property owners to avoid flushing certain things down the drain that can cause damage to septic tanks.
At Tampa Septic, we are experts in all things related to septic tanks and other septic components. Our technicians have more than three decades of combined experience and are familiar with most of the system components available on the market. We work on properties located throughout the Dade City, Florida area to provide septic installation, repair, and maintenance services. If you’re looking for a trusted provider of septic solutions, don’t hesitate to contact us.
At Tampa Septic, we offer Septic tanks in Tampa, Odessa, Lutz, Land O’ Lakes, Brandon, Spring Hill, Zephyrhills, Plant City, Dade City, Brooksville, Lake Wales, Thonotosassa, Wesley Chapel, and Ridge Manor, Florida.