When septic backups occur, we’re here to help you restore your system’s functionality in Greenville.
As a homeowner, septic backups are something you try to avoid, but sometimes, they happen despite your best efforts to prevent them. Septic backups happen when there’s too much solid waste in your septic tank and can result in the following symptoms:
- Gurgling drains
- Slow drains
- Toilets that won’t flush
- Water that backs up into your tub or shower
In most cases, a septic backup simply indicates you need to have your septic tank pumped out. At American Waste Septic, we’re ready and waiting to help you with this service while providing superior customer care every step of the way. There’s a reason why people in Greenville, South Carolina continue to turn to us for their septic needs, and it all comes down to the way we treat our customers.
While septic backups are sometimes inevitable, there are steps you can take to prevent them from occurring, so your system continues to run effectively and efficiently. First and foremost, only flush toilet paper down into your drains to keep additional waste from clogging up your system. Second, make septic pumping a priority and plan to have this service performed approximately every three years, as this is the South Carolina D.H.E.C. recommendation.
With over 25 years of experience in the septic industry, you’re in good hands when you turn to us for help with a septic problem. To find out more about our service options or to get help with an existing septic backup, get in touch with us at American Waste Septic today.
At American Waste Septic, we offer septic backups in Greenville County, including Greenville, Simpsonville, Mauldin, Travelers Rest, Cherrydale, Taylors, Powdersville, Easley, Fountain Inn, Belton, Williamston, Cleveland, Marietta, Pumpkintown, Jones Gap, Pickens, Greer, Taylors, West Spartanburg, Lyman, Inman, and Woodruff, as well as Spartanburg County, including Moore, Duncan, Lyman, Spartanburg, Reidville, Wellford, and Inman, South Carolina.