When to Call for Emergency Septic Services

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You might not think much about your home's septic system, but it's critical to your health, safety and well-being. A problem with your septic system also impacts your quality of life. At Vietzke Trenchless, we're here to help with any issue related to your septic system.


If any of your plumbing fixtures experience backflow, you'll need to call us for an urgent septic tank repair. Backflow of sewage suggests that your septic system has a problem. The tank may be full and require pumping, or there could be an obstruction in a pipe.

Flooded Drain Field

A flooded drain field is a solid sign of septic system problems. The drain field shouldn't have any standing water. It shouldn't be squishy or muddy when you walk on it. If you notice any standing water, sewage or foul smells from the drain field area, call us for an inspection. You may need a septic tank replacement.

Foul Odors

If you smell foul odors from your home's drains, you may need a septic tank installation in Spokane, WA. The foul smells could be from sewer gas moving in the wrong direction. A buildup of sewer gas could result from a septic system that's full, obstructed or failing. If you've recently used a lot of water, the tank may not be able to handle the influx. Recent flooding rains could also impact the tank's functioning and cause excess sewer gas in your home.

Vietzke Trenchless is the go-to provider for septic tank services. We're available 24/7 to respond to septic system emergencies. Our maintenance and repair services are designed to prevent a septic system failure. To learn more about when to call for emergency septic services, give us a call today.

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