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What are the signs of a failing septic system?
Annual inspections and maintenance can detect problems before they become major issues. Modern systems have alarms that light up or emit sounds when an issue is detected. Other signs of septic problems include consistently wet areas in the yard, the sudden appearance of large holes and strange odors.
How long does a septic system last?
On average, a well-maintained septic system can have a life expectancy of approximately 25 years – 30 years. The life of your septic system depends on on how well the system was designed and installed and how well it has been maintained. A properly maintained and cared-for system can function far more years than the average.
How much do repairs cost?
Septic system repairs can range from a few hundred dollars to several thousands of dollars, depending on the severity of the problem. That is why keeping on top of your septic is so important because you can fix small problems before they turn into very expensive critical problems. Repairing your septic will always be less expensive than installing a new system and we have saved our customers thousands of dollars.
What do you charge to come out and assess our system?
We can give you a free virtual estimate over the phone or through our contact form. A service call which includes a full diagnosis from our Licensed and Certified technician costs $150. We guarantee our work and our products and go the extra mile to ensure your satisfaction.
Do you guarantee your work?
We stand behind our products and repairs 100% according to state standards and manufacturer specifications. Our vendors and products top are of the line, we honor any warranty hassle-free. In addition to providing excellent service and competitive pricing that is prompt and courteous; we also like to point out possible foreseeable issues that may contradict systems and suggest upgrades to insure their longevity. Give us a chance and see why many claim, “Synergy Onsite as their septic company”!