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Preventative Maintenance

Have You Had Septic Drain Service Lately?

We understand: your septic tank is buried underground, is out of sight, and often out of mind. However, it is important to remember that a septic tank is a piece of equipment that requires preventative drain maintenance. You cannot simply treat this task like dirt to be swept under a rug and forgotten about.

If you ignore it for too long, you will be dealing with a messy (and likely costly) situation.

Biros Septic & Drain Cleaning, Inc. provides preventative maintenance services to ensure that your septic system is working properly. If the wastewater from your kitchen and bathroom is not flowing properly, it could overflow, or worse, back-up into your home or yard causing “dirty water” contamination, strong odors, and damage to your property.

Don’t worry, we have a solution for you:


Our No-Hassle Maintenance Program

With the No-Hassle Maintenance Program, it has never been easier to protect your home’s investment with regular septic maintenance. It works like this: instead of racking your brain to remember when was the last time you had your equipment looked after, simply sign up for our No-Hassle Maintenance Program and we will call you when it is time for your next septic system maintenance.


Contact Us to Learn More About Our No-Hassle Maintenance Program

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Preventative Maintenance Tips to Keep Your Septic System Running Smoothly

  • Find the septic system and all its components. If you cannot find it, contact a certified septic inspector.
  • You need to have a riser installed if your pump access cover is below 12 inches of grade.
  • Keep trees, bushes, and plant life trimmed around your drainage areas.
  • Have your septic system pumped every 3 years by a certified pumper.
  • Have your cesspool pumped every 1 or 2 years.
  • Keep track of your pumping and maintenance records.
  • Install an effluent filter in your septic tank to protect it.
  • Examine your drain field to check for odors, muddy areas, and other conditions.
  • Save water by upgrading your fixtures and appliances.
  • Only do laundry with full loads.
  • Make sure that your washing machine has a lint filter and that it is kept clean regularly.
  • Use bio-degradable products in your home.