When you have septic pumping done in Tampa you should always go with someone who has the capability to do more than just pump tanks. In this picture you can see the piece of Orangeburg sewer pipe. Orangeburg pipe was commonly used in the Tampa area during the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. It was outlawed as a building material in the 70’s because of its failure rate. The customer where we performed this job had three different septic companies tell her she needed to get her tank cleaned out, instead of the real solution which was to replace the pipe from the house to the tank. Our technicians can TV inspect the pipes out and see if there is something wrong in the pipes leading to the tank and out of the tank. Oddly enough, none of the septic contractors that went to this job before us dug up both sides of the tank. Because of that, they also overlooked a missing baffle tee filter and a bad outlet pipe. When you perform a septic pumping in Tampa you should always expose both the inlet and outlet of the tank. There is no way to actually clean the tank properly and diagnose what the problem is without doing all of the work.
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