Now that I have explained what a septic maintenance and operation contract is, I would like to share some information I got from the Ohio EPA website. Up to 900,000 gallons of sewage is discharged daily throughout Ohio, creating conditions for potential disease transmission. Inadequately treated sewage from failing septic systems poses a significant threat to drinking water and human health because disease and infections may be transferred to people and animals directly and immediately. The Ohio EPA reports concluded that a substantial number of septic systems in Ohio are failing due to lack of maintenance and inconsistent inspections.
- There are many reasons why septic service maintenance and operation contracts are beneficial to home/business owners, some such reasons are: You will be helping to cut down on dangerous pollution and making your community and environment a cleaner and safer place
- Your septic system will be working properly and up to date with the codes and regulations of the health department which would reduce the risk of getting a fine
- It will help reduce the unexpected cost of maintenance and pumping needs, it reduces the risk of having to pay the expensive price to replace your system
- Having this contract can add value to your property, and it can greatly prolong the life of your septic system.
Also, if there are any issues with your system, I am on call 24 hours a day to help you with your septic system needs.
Let’s face it, most people don’t sit around thinking about their septic system and whether it is working correctly, but it is one of the most important and frequently used appliances that we use every day, which means it needs to have proper maintenance for it to stay in good working condition. Don’t wait for costly unforeseen problems, give me a call today to make sure your septic system is running properly.
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