Commercial Septic Tank Services
The septic system of your business, even though hidden, is the main ways your company or commercial property is able to remove waste. It is also part of your environmental responsibility as a business to see that your septic system has a positive impact on fresh groundwater. Septic systems are made up of piping for input, a watertight tank and the leaching field where the end product goes. For customers in Charlotte, NC, and the surrounding areas, a damaged or malfunctioning septic tank can lead to a serious mess. Call AAA City Plumbing today to get your commercial property back in working order. Or click here to see what our past customers have to say about our services.
Septic Services In The Charlotte, NC & Rock Hill, SC Areas
It’s important to maintain your septic tank system regularly to avoid costly repairs. Having septic fluids flood your property can easily be avoided by having a professional pump and clean your tank. It’s recommended to have your tank pumped every three to five years. AAA City Plumbing has over 30 years of experience in the industry. Our licensed and trained plumbers are quick and knowledgeable allowing them to get your plumbing up and running in no time. Currently we service the area of Charlotte, North Carolina and also the north eastern area of South Carolina in Rock Hill. AAA City Plumbing is available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day for all your plumbing emergencies. Doesn’t matter if you are in York County, South Carolina or Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, we offer same day service. All you have to do is call us (704) 766-8895 for the Charlotte area -or- (803) 327-5171 for the Rock Hill area. Our live friendly operator will get a plumber out to fix your septic tank problem.
What Can Happen When A Septic Tank Does Not Work Properly?
A septic tank is divided into various parts. The watertight box contains floating material that is full of bacteria, clear water, and layer of sludge at the bottom. Only the clear water should exit the tank, but when it doesn’t work properly, bacteria or sludge can exit. This will damage the environment and clog the tank’s pipes causing overflow and backup. This will eventually allow this waste to enter the waste field which is where commercial owners can be left with a serious cleanup. A well cared-for septic tank should work efficiently for years with no major repair expenses. The bacteria is an essential part of the anaerobic breakdown of the solid waste.
Proper Commercial Maintenance
The sludge at the bottom of your tank should be pumped out regularly. We offer routine pumping service that will keep your septic tank healthy. Commercial septic systems need to be pumped regularly because with higher usage, the sludge level will rise quicker. When this pumping is done, our technicians will examine the inlet and outlet pipes and make sure the sludge, bacteria, and water levels are correct. We’ll also check the grease build-up. This can block the pipes and cause overflow inside and outside your building. We always discuss any potential issues with you or your property manager and give our recommended solutions.
AAA City Plumbing Professional Septic Tank Solutions
Along with regular maintenance, repairs, or replacing your commercial septic system, we also have expertise in installing systems in difficult soil or places. We can find a solution if the space is very small, on the side of a hill, near high groundwater or in difficult soil such as clay or sand. Our licensed, bonded and insured technicians know the state and federal regulations for septic tanks and have seen it all. We can fix your problem no matter how bad you think it is. Our services include but are not limited to:
- Finding your septic tank
- Pumping and cleaning it
- Repairing pipes or watertight tank
- Bacteria treatment
- Unclogging pipes
- Removing roots
- Clean grease traps
Proper Care Of A Commercial Septic Tank
Commercial septic tanks are usually used by the general public and many of the rules that apply to proper use are impossible to enforce. Some of the things that people flush down the toilet are cigarette butts, sanitary napkins, disposable diapers, food and candy wrappers. Even a commercial septic system cannot handle these items and will eventually stop working properly. This is one reason why a commercial tank needs to be pumped regularly. Some of the commercial establishments that require regular septic tank maintenance are:
- Amusement parks and entertainment venues
- Condominium and mobile home associations
Septic tanks have been around for more than 100 years and are very environmentally friendly if properly maintained. However, if not cared for, they can leak serious pollutants into the soil and groundwater. Commercial septic tanks have a much greater number of users than residential septic tanks and require close monitoring to function properly for the sake of your business as well as the environment. Don’t let a septic tank issue catch you off guard. Call AAA City Plumbing today!