Cesspool or Messpool? 5 Ways to Know if Your Cesspool Isn’t Functioning Properly
Cesspool maintenance, much the same as septic maintenance, requires proper care which will save you lots of time and money in the long run. The holiday season is sneaking up on us, and any expendable income would be much better spent on something other than wastewater repairs. Don’t you agree? Therefore, we intend to get you through the holidays without wasting money on your cesspool by offering these clues to determine if your cesspool is malfunctioning.
- Frequent backups in the lowest level of the home
- Standing water near the area where the cesspool is located
- Slow drains and toilets
- Sewer smells inside or outside the home
- If it hasn’t been serviced in the past 1-2 years, you should have it checked.
Employ Routine Service
Your cesspool, like a septic tank, fills up and must be pumped out on a routine basis. If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, it would be wise to Contact Us before a bad situation gets worse. Cesspools aren’t as common as septic tanks so newer wastewater companies may not know how to service them properly. Wind River Environmental has been in business since 1946 and knows how to maintain every type of wastewater system, even outdated cesspools. Have us take a look at your cesspool by giving us a call or Requesting Service now.