Hill Country Septic Service proudly serves the Kerrville and surrounding counties. Our company is state licensed and insured for your peace of mind. We consistently deliver a job well done every time.
While septic tanks are necessary, septic pumping isn’t always considered as such. Our team here at Hill Country Septic Service doesn’t want our customers to waste money on a service that they don’t need. This is why we come to your property and make effective assessments of your situation. Sometimes, there are easier solutions to what seem like major septic system problems. If we find that your septic system does not need pumping due to other issues, we will let you know and recommend a solution. We are here to take care of your septic system and to make sure it takes care of you!
The Pumping Basics
If you have a septic system, it’s vital to know the septic pumping basics. This includes getting answers to questions like “Why does my septic tank need to be pumped?” and “How often should septic pumping occur?” Our Hill Country experts can answer these questions and many more. The timeline for septic pumping relies heavily on a few specific factors. Depending on the size of your household, the size of your tank, and the usage, pumping typically occurs every three to five years. This is important to prevent damage and system failure. Regular pumping means your system will last longer without damage, saving a ton of money in the long run.
Call Hill Country Septic Service out to inspect your septic system today to ensure everything is running smoothly. We can provide insight into the current condition of your tank and give our expert advice on solutions to even minor issues that arise.