Septic System Pumps

Maintain pumps and filters properly

* All pumps and motors should be routinely checked for proper operation.
* Replace weak or faulty pumps and motors.
* Install and clean lint filters on laundry equipment.
* Clean or replace effluent filters regularly.
* Attend to alarms on pumps and filters immediately.

Don't wait until there's an unplanned lake in your back yard, or a dangerous contaminate in your well to find out there's a problem.



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