Septic Tank Fort Lauderdale

Septic Tank Repair Fort LauderdaleIf your Fort Lauderdale home has a septic tank system you have one of the most efficient systems for disposing of household waste. A well cared for well-maintained septic tank will give you many years of trouble free service. However,when a septic system fails you can have a serious problem resulting in backups in your toilets, tubs and even your sink.

When that happens you need help and you need help right now regardless of the time of day or day of week. You need Paradise Service Technologies, the plumbing and septic service company that has been providing the Fort Lauderdale community with 24/7 emergency septic tank service for over 25 years!

Paradise Service Technologies is a licensed Florida contractor, comprehensively insured, is an accredited business of the Better Business Bureau and has earned an A+ rating. We have the talent, technology and equipment to tackle any plumbing project from leaky faucets, to new construction, to emergency septic tank cleaning, repair or replacement.

Paradise Service Technologies is Fort Lauderdale’s go-to one stop shop for every plumbing issue.

Signs Your Septic System Is In Trouble

A septic tank is used when there is no connection to a public sewer line. All household liquid waste from laundry machines, sinks, bathtubs and toilets are drained or flushed into the tank. Inorganic items or items that are difficult to decompose eventually sink to the bottom of the tanks as sludge while other solids float as scum on the top. In between is the gray water that is drained out into the absorption area. Bacteria in the tank and in the waste itself decompose the solids allowing them to be drained out with gray water.

Periodically, your septic tank needs to be cleaned to get rid of the sludge on the bottom. If that material is allowed to accumulate it can seriously hamper the draining of the gray water resulting in a "full" septic tank. When the tank is full there is nowhere for the waste to go except back up and out the drains in the house. That’s an emergency septic tank situation.

Here are a couple of signs that your septic tank is about to backup:

  • Gurgling sounds coming out of your toilets
  • Sluggish drainage
  • A sewage odor outside
  • Unusually green grass in the absorption area
  • Damp grass or raw sewage appearing in the absorption area

If you notice these signs call us. Don’t wait to see if they go away because they won’t. Replacing a septic tank system is an expensive proposition and makes your home inhabitable while it is being done. Save yourself the money and inconvenience and call our 24/7 emergency number now!