Safely Treat Wastewater from Your Home with Graf EPro Septic Pumps
Modern plumbing is one of the everyday conveniences that Australian homeowners take for granted until their septic pumps stop working properly. This unsightly problem affects nearly every family sooner or later, and it’s an issue that doesn’t allow you to ignore it for long. If you’re experiencing issues with your septic tank or aerobic pump, then read below to learn some simple ways that you can troubleshoot the issue and when you should call us for emergency service.
How to Troubleshoot an Aerobic Septic Pump
Considering how important it is that your septic system works properly, we recommend that you take any signs of trouble seriously and address all problems promptly. Here are several common problems that homeowners encounter:
- No Power to Your Pump – Your systems pumps relies on an electrical connections. If it’s not receiving any power, you should check your circuit box and ensure that none of the breakers tripped.
- Parts Not Working – Whether it’s the aerator, the pump, or the related equipment, your septic system involves multiple parts working in concert. Considering how much work these parts regularly do, they’ll require occasional replacement. Usually, these replacements call for service from our licensed technician for proper reinstallation.
Signs You Should Contact Petes Treat Waste Water Solutions
Petes Treat technicians have the training to deal with the messiest septic system situations. If any of these signs are true of your system, then you should call us for service:
- It’s been several years since your last service. As much as a septic system is an “out of sight, out of mind” situation, they do require, by Law, regular service.
- There’s a blockage in the line. This kind of acute problem demands immediate attention, as any clogs can disable septic service to your home. If your system isn’t functioning correctly, wastewater can spill into your home or garden where it’s not intended to go before treatment.
- You’re smelling unusual scents. Depending on their location, these odours can be a sign that you have a faulty part in the system, one of the pipes is leaking, or you have a partial blockage along the septic lines. In any of these cases, you need to schedule a technician to diagnose and resolve the issue.
Why Trust Petes Treat Waste Water Solutions for Your Aerobic Septic Tank Pump
Our team has been working with aerobic septic pumps and tanks for more than a decade. The premier septic system manufacturers trust our team to install and maintain their systems in homes throughout South Australia. You can call us any time of the day or night for emergency service, and our technicians will head directly to your home for immediate assistance. Contact us if you have experienced any trouble with your septic system.