Do you have wet patches in yard at your home in Greenville? It could be a septic problem.
If it hasn’t been raining and you still have wet patches in yard at your home in Greenville, South Carolina, it is time to consider the possible causes. It could be a leaky water line, or it could be a problem with your septic system. Many homeowners don’t know exactly where plumbing and the septic system are located in their yard. If you aren’t sure where the wet patches in yard are coming from, give us a call here at American Waste Services. We can come out and locate your septic tank.
If the wet patches in yard are near the area of your septic system, our first recommendation is almost always a septic tank pump-out. Septic backups occur because there is too much solid waste in the tank, and this can quickly be solved by pumping out the solids. Cleaning out the tank also gives us a chance to carefully examine the tank and diagnose any serious problems that need repair. While we don’t perform septic installations or repairs ourselves, we have over 25 years of experience in septic maintenance and pump-outs and can refer you to highly qualified repair companies in the area.
Even if you don’t have wet patches in the yard, if you notice a foul odor in your yard, it could be your septic tank. The best way to keep your septic system working properly is to have your tank pumped out every 3 years, as recommended by the SC D.H.E.C. Give us a call today if you have wet patches in your yard. Don’t wait.
At American Waste Septic, we can solve wet patches in yard problems in Greenville County, including Greenville, Simpsonville, Mauldin, Travelers Rest, Cherrydale, 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.