Your septic system is responsible for safely disposing of waste from your property. This system includes a large watertight tank that collects waste from sinks, toilets, and other drains. Once the waste is in the tank, it separates into three layers: solid waste, floatable waste, and liquid waste. The liquid waste is then dispersed into a network of pipes, called a drain field, which is located next to the tank. There, soil filters bacteria and viruses out of the wastewater while the remainder of the waste stays in the tank.
Ridding your property of waste involves several steps, and when there is a problem at any point in this process, your entire home or business can be affected. If you have soggy areas in your yard, notice foul odors, or find your drains backing up, you may be overdue for a septic service. The Shirley team of service and repair professionals is ready to get to work.
When it comes to your septic system, it’s always better to be safe rather than sorry. If it’s been a while since your system was inspected or pumped, a call to our septic team should be on your to-do list. We offer free estimates and are available 24/7 to assist you. Need immediate assistance? We offer same-day service appointment availability.
Shirley Septic Pumping has 50 years of experience and uses eco-friendly disposal processes, including recycling, reusing, and repurposing. We are always happy to answer any questions you may have about your system, so don’t hesitate to give us a call.
We are committed to always meeting the highest standards.