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Signs that Tell Your Septic Tank Needs Inspections

When was the last time you carry out the maintenance work of your septic tank? It is safe to assume that you really didn’t think about it. Who has the time to check malodorous drains?

Unkempt septic tanks, however, can pose a big problem if they are not dealt with in an efficient manner. As a general rule, it is important to have the tank inspected every three years by a professional. In the event of a negligence, the septic tank can turn into the worst plumbing problem ever.

Besides posing a big threat to your property, this plumbing problem also poses serious hazard to a person’s health. If the septic tank is not maintained properly, you will risk jeopardizing your home’s air quality. This is why it is important to not only keep a check on the problem but also to get it resolved as soon as possible.

How to Identify Septic Trouble

Have you ever faced a situation where you are unable to identify the root cause of the problem that has wreaked havoc in your house? Here, we are discussing some of the common signs that help homeowners identify whether they have a septic tank problem.

1. Slow Drains All Over Your House

The final destination of all waste pipes in your household is a septic tank. If you encounter the problem of a slow drain, it may be possible that the particular drain is clogged. However, if all waste pipes are draining slowly, this could be the sign of an issue with the septic tank.

2. Terrible Smelling Lawn

You decide to have your evening snack in your lawn, only to find yourself being welcomed by an awfully smelly lawn. What could be the reason? In many houses, the septic tank is located under the lawn. If your lawn in smelling of human excreta or other waste, you should call a professional to check it.

3. Bright Green Grass

Who wouldn’t want to have a lawn with perfectly manicured green grass? This picture-perfect lawn can raise alarm bells for you. Do you know that the grass loves the nutrients provided by a leaking septic tank? If your lawn’s grass is growing fast and has a bright green color, don’t get excited. Instead, be worried about the possible septic tank problem and get it checked in a timely manner.

4. Unclean Drains

You may have witnessed the problem where the waste which is supposed to go down the drain doesn’t only refuse to go down but also starts moving upwards. Sewage coming from the drains needs to be tackled as early as possible. If this problem remains unattended for a long time, your entire house will be covered under a thick blanket of pungent smell. This problem clearly indicates that your septic tank needs maintenance and repair.


Almost every household deals with some kind of plumbing problems. In such situations, the best thing to do is to call an expert in a timely manner so that the repair work is carried out efficiently.