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There is sewage coming up out of a pipe next to my septic tank. What does thay suggest?

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  • Emily Bennette
    Emily Bennette Sep 07, 2017

    Danny, my neighbor is having the same problem with his septic tank. I am trying to help him figure out what is wrong with it. Maybe there is something wrong with the pump. I know that my neighbor hasn't had their system pumped in a long time. http://www.completeseptictank.com/servic...

  • Ernest London
    Ernest London Oct 17, 2017

    It sounds bad if there is sewage seeping out! I have a friend who has had this problem in the past too. I couldn't tell you what the cause it. Have you thought about calling a professional to take a look? I am sure there are some septic services out there who could diagnose a problem like this. Good luck! http://www.larrysseptictankservice.com

  • Hannah Schroeder
    Hannah Schroeder Oct 26, 2017

    Yikes! It must be really alarming to have sewage coming out of the pipes! There's no sewage coming out of mine yet, but the ground above the tank is really wet. I think we have the same problem, so maybe it would be a good idea for both of us to call septic pump repair service before the problem gets worse. http://sosseptic.co/services.html

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Your septic tank needs pumping, a septic tank should be pump out every 2-3 year depend on its size and use.
One of the best way to do septic tank inspection once in a year. You need a professional to pumping and septic tank cleaning.

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It seems like septic tank need to be pump out. Call a local contractor or professional for inspection and pumping.

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The septic tank needs to be emptied.

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