Routine maintenance on your septic system will, in the long run, save you money. If you don’t have your system checked regularly, it can cause backups and overflow leading to damage and expensive repairs.
Aerobic septic systems have an outstanding reputation for safety and reliability when properly serviced and professionally maintained.
The state of Texas requires all aerobic waste treatment systems to be inspected by a qualified service provider once every four months.
Once every four months, we make a visual inspection of the aerator, pump, switches, electrical circuit, and distribution filter. In addition we inspect the effluent quality by checking for odor and visually checking for color, turbidity, and scum overflow. An effluent sample will be taken and tested for proper chlorine and pH.
The cost of any parts that may be required are not included in this agreement; however, they may be covered by the manufacturer if needed within the first two years of installation. Otherwise we will provide you with a parts cost quote before proceeding with necessary repairs.
Our agreement does not cover the homeowner’s failure to provide constant electric current to the system, disconnecting the alarms, restricting ventilation of the aerator, overloading the system above its rated capacity, using excessive amounts of harmful matter, flooding by internal means, and destruction or damage to mechanical components by ants, water, digging, trenching, pouring concrete or driving over tanks and system components.