Septic system leads have a strong presence on the internet with more than 200,000 sites featuring septic systems as their main focus. Once these website owner’s contact us for repairs and to schedule an inspection, they are then added into our lead generating database of potential customers we would like to work with in the future.
A national survey found that one out of every five houses in America has a bad or failing septic tank. The problem is most prevalent in rural areas because there is less population density and therefore fewer services available locally such as waste disposal infrastructure, which results in greater dependency upon private wells and household sewage treatment systems. In addition, service providers may be reluctant to travel long distances to provide maintenance due to remuneration and cost considerations.
Septic systems are not only a health hazard, but they also lead to significant damage in properties because of the waste that leaches into the soil. The septic system is at its best when it can be pumped out every three years, so if this does not happen then you need to call us for service as soon as possible. A clogged or broken drain field needs attention immediately; homeowners who ignore these problems will find themselves paying more for cleaning up their mess than what it would have cost them to fix the problem from day one!