MetLeg Plumbing & Design LLC, Delaware’s Septic Tank Experts

Thorough Septic Tank Inspections in Delaware

It is important to perform yearly inspections on your septic system for a variety of reasons. Firstly, a septic tank specialist will be able to examine and perceive possible problems with your septic tank that are not obvious or visible to the naked eye. Some of these problems could be a structural problem such as a crack in the body of your septic tank. Other problems could be associated with drainage and pipelines. A yearly inspection performed by a professional will ensure that all potential problems are caught in time and any expensive repairs are easily avoided.

Emergency Septic Tank Repair in Delaware

Unexpected problems can happen with septic tanks, and in the event that one does, it is important to address the problem as soon as possible. At MetLeg Plumbing & Design LLC, we offer emergency septic tank repair services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to ensure that our clients’ systems are always functioning.

Signs Your Delaware Septic Tank Needs Repair

If you notice a foul or unusual odor emanating from your septic tank, it may be a sign that there is a problem in the drainage or pipe system. Similarly, if you hear any noises or notice a sewage backup problem, this could signal that you should contact your Delaware septic tank specialist as soon as possible to avoid any further damage to your system.

Benefits to Installing a Septic Tank on Your Delaware Property

There are many advantages to opting for a private septic tank system over a shared sewer system, some of which include:

Septic Tanks are Cost-Effective: There is no monthly cost associated with your septic tank. Installing a septic tank is very cost-effective if your property is greater than an acre. It will always be cheaper to install a septic tank than to install and repair sewer drainage lines on a property that is greater than an acre.

Septic Tanks are Environmentally Friendly: The water that is drained from a septic tank is beneficial for the soil as it is more nutrient dense than city water. Furthermore, a problem in your septic tank is usually contained to a small area, and in the event of a leak, it does not have large consequences like a contaminated sewer system may have. Furthermore, homeowners with septic tanks are more likely to compost, recycle and dispose of waste more efficiently as toilets and sinks that are hooked up to septic tanks require careful waste disposal.

Septic Tanks are Long-Lasting: Septic tanks that are made of steel, concrete and fiberglass are highly durable and can last up to 30 years. Regular inspections will avoid any damages to its body, and will ensure that your Delaware septic tank lasts for years to come.

To learn more about our septic tank services, or to find out if a septic tank is right for you, call our Delaware office today and speak with one of our specialists!