A new septic pump can help move waste through your system.
Septic pumps can give septic tanks a little extra help moving waste along. Though many septic tanks can move waste into the drain field through gravity without the use of a septic pump, some tanks require a septic pump installation to help push waste into the drain field. This is typically the case in situations where the drain field sits higher than the septic tank. If you aren’t sure whether your septic system needs the help of a septic pump installation, you can always talk to us.
If you know that your septic system relies on a pump, it’s important to note that you’ll need a new septic pump eventually. Though a high-quality septic pump that is serviced regularly can last upwards of a decade, like all pieces of equipment, your pump will need to be replaced with a newer one once it becomes too old or damaged beyond repair.
There are a few signs to look out for that could indicate that you need a new septic pump installation service. For example, if you hear your septic pump having difficulty moving waste, there could be an issue present. If the motor within your septic pump breaks and can’t be repaired, you may need to install a new pump.
If your Durham, North Carolina home needs a new septic pump installation service or you aren’t sure whether you would benefit from a septic pump, talk to us at John E. Byrd, Jr. Trucking and Tractor Service LLC.
At John E. Byrd, Jr. Trucking and Tractor Service LLC, we offer septic pump installation services for customers in Hillsborough, Durham, Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Efland, Cedar Grove, Rougemont, Bahama, and throughout Durham County and Orange County, North Carolina.