A healthy running septic system can prevent a host of sewer issues like broken pipes and nasty sewer smells. If any of these issues show up during the winter, it can be next to impossible to take care of them underneath heavy snow and slippery ice. Curt & Jerry Sewer Service recommends having your sewer system checked before the cold temperatures of winter set in. Avoid frozen pipes, no water, and sewer backups by checking for these sewer system problems.
If you hear gurgling sounds coming from the drains in your home, or often get a whiff of nasty odors near the kitchen sink, you may have a blockage in your sewer line. Having it cleaned out by a professional can not only prevent major damage, but it can also keep your sewer system running smoothly throughout the winter.
Check for Broken Pipes
Sewer pipes are responsible for carrying any water and waste from the home to the septic tank. If any of these pipes are broken or damaged, they can cause several issues, from sewer smells and slow drains to broken foundation slabs or cracks in the walls of your home.
Have Your Tank Pumped
Do you often have puddles of water standing in your drain field? Does your toilet seem to constantly get backed up for no apparent reason? Then you may have a full septic tank. Beyond standing water in your yard or backed-up drains, a full septic tank that isn’t pumped out will not drain properly and can cause major sewage backups in your home.
Schedule Sewer Cleaning Services Today
Keep your sewer system in top-notch condition by scheduling an appointment for our sewer cleaning services. The team at Curt & Jerry has the professional equipment, years of experience, and abundance of knowledge to take care of any unforeseen sewer system problems. Call (317) 266-0000, or request service online today. We gladly serve homeowners in Indianapolis and the surrounding areas with our family of specialized services including high-pressure water jetting, sewer camera inspections, sewer line diagnosis, and drain and sink cleaning.
Source: “Take Care of Potential Septic Issues Before Winter Sets In.” Web article. Freedom Septic Service, Inc. 12 Nov. 2021. Web. 04 Nov. 2022.