Septic Tank Pumping Odessa FL

Septic Tank Pumping Odessa FL

Whether you have to install a septic tank as well as set up a drain field, clean an existing one, change an old drain field, or do drain field maintenance, call the specialists at ASAP Advanced Septic right here in Odessa FL. Call today for Pumping today!

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Name: Billy Fowler
Email: info@asapadvancedseptic.com
Organization: ASAP Advanced Septic & Drainage, Inc.
Address: 5011 E Busch Blvd, Tampa, FL 33617
Phone: (813) 986-6070

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We perform both commercial and residential septic Pumping Pumping in and around  Odessa, Odessa and Odessa FL.

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ASAP Advanced Septic & Drainage has been servicing septic tanks in Central Florida for 40 years. We are a 3rd generation septic tank Pumping contractors with over 40 years experience. We seek out the latest innovations in the septic tank industry and are well educated in soil science to give our customers the best Pumping for their dollar and location. The individual that arrives to give you a free estimate will be available throughout your new septic tank installation or Pumping Pumping.

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If you want servicing often, we are able to arrangement a septic container solution arrangement with you. We additionally supply drainpipe area Pumping up solutions. All our jobs are carried out in full compliance with Chapter 64-E of the Florida Law for standards for setup and Pumping of onsite septic Pumpings.

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ASAP would like to provide the support that is needed in select the absolute best Pumping for your septic tank Pumping project in Odessa. Please feel free to contact us to receive additional information, or to schedule an appointment so we can give you a presentation.

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Bio-Clean Review

I hate plunging! I always feel icky and dirty after doing so.

The water from the toilet splashes all over, no matter how careful I may be. I always feel that I get at least some water on my pants making me feel as if I have to throw them immediately into the washer.

Even washing up immediately afterwards does not always make me feel clean and I feel as if I have to change all my clothes and take a full shower!

Then there's the plunger that must be rinsed off in the tub, then allowed to dry out and put back away. After doing so, I feel as if I have to once again wash my hands.

Then when you consider that you may wish to use the same plunger on different drains, such as the one in the bathroom or even in the kitchen sink, it becomes a pretty unsanitary condition.

What's worse, plunging all too often doesn't work! Or at least it doesn't work very well. True, it works to relieve mild stoppages. But it is pretty ineffective against major clogs.

Plungers Don't Always Work That Well

Take the act of trying to use a plunger in the toilet. Even a heavy duty, plumber style plunger doesn't always work all that well.

We have the type of plunger with the extra cup that pulls out from the bottom for a better fit. But it still doesn't fit the toilet well enough to create a very good suction.

The reason for this is plain to see: the plunger is perfectly round, or circular, while the opening in the toilet is oval-shaped. This means that it is not possible to form a very good seal where the plunger meets the opening.

We had a problem with our upstairs bathroom a couple weeks ago. The toilet after flushing did not always clear all of its contents. It was annoying to see this and wonder "did we flush or not?" We certainly had but it just hadn't all gone down.

So we tried plunging it, with all the mess and hassle described above. But still, it didn't seem to work very well. This was one clog that plunging just didn't seem to want to fix!

We tried going to the hardware store to see what else was available in the way of plungers. In addition to the standard plungers, we saw one plastic plunger that was shaped like a bellows and looked like it might be a bit better. But it was round and made of hard plastic and we knew that it wouldn't conform any better to the shape of the toilet drain than any other plunger.

We Noticed Problems With Our Drains

There were other problems with our drain. In fact, it was getting worse. When we ran the sink in the upstairs bathroom, we would sometimes hear a "bloop, bloop, bloop!" sound coming from the toilet. This indicated that there were air bubbles in the system that were not able to go through right away because of some kind of blockage.

When I was taking a shower, the water was starting to collect around my ankles because it was not draining properly. This despite the fact that the drain was open and there were no hairs blocking the outlet. Finally, whatever air bubble was blocking the system cleared itself and the water began to drain, but this took about ten minutes. Perhaps the warm water softened the blockage somewhere and allowed it to go down.

Obviously, some blockage was affecting all three drains in the upstairs bathroom-the sink, the toilet and the tub. This is because all three drains empty into the same sewer line.

(I am not saying the toilet water could back up into the tub or could even come out through the faucet in the sink! It's just that the blockage was lower down, where all three drains empty into the sewer line. This would explain why all three drains were exhibiting similar problems.)

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Other Problems

This is not the first time we’ve had a problem with our drains. In one instance, the blockage in the toilet had been nearly complete. This was so severe it called for running a steel snake down into the toilet to try to clear it.

Alas! This caused more problems than it solved. The action of the snake damaged a presumably plastic drain pipe inside the system. The result? The next time someone took a shower, water dripped from the ceiling down onto the living room floor!

We had to call a plumber in to correct this mess. This meant an expensive plumber's bill as well as money needed to repair the damaged ceiling in the living room. The ceiling was never quite as good as new, and you can still see signs of the episode to this day.

What was the culprit in this mess? The plumber found a wad of dental floss in the sewer line. Someone had been disposing of dental floss in the toilet, something we later read should never be done and which we stopped doing immediately.

Unfortunately, it was too late! The damage was already done. The dental floss, instead of going down, had accumulated in the system, forming a permanent blockage.

The moral of the story? Never, ever dispose of dental floss in the toilet! Always dispose of it in the trash instead.

Back to our current problem, the drains were obviously running slow and plunging didn’t work! We could try using chemical drain cleaner, but we were very wary of doing this, since we know how fragile the pipes are and we certainly did not want a repeat of our earlier episode! So what to do?

Enter Bio-Clean

Fortunately, the plumber we had called about the dental floss problem recommended a great product called Bio-Clean.

What is Bio-Clean? It's a bacteria culture in a can, what is called “friendly bacteria,” that is harmless to people and plumbing but that actually eats biodegradable wastes, the cause of most stoppages.

You may be saying to yourself, what the heck is "friendly bacteria?" I know it sounds kind of weird, sort of like a science experiment that you carry out in your own home. The fact is that bacteria, or at least certain forms of it, has a very friendly relationship with what our bodies consider "waste."

Bacteria is used in municipal sanitation plants to break down sewer waste into harmless components so that the water can be returned to the ecosystem. Living creatures like humans have trillions of bacteria in their guts that help with the digestive process. So, bacteria and biodegradable materials have a very close relationship, and this has been so for millions of years.

How does this help you with your drains? Well, as time goes on and you use your drains, waste begins to accumulate on the inside surfaces of the pipes in your sewer system.

How Bio-Clean Works

It’s something like a blockage of the arteries. As a waste accumulates, it forms a thicker and thicker layer that eventually reduces the size of your sewer openings to a very small diameter. This causes slower and slower drains until, eventually, you must start plunging or use a caustic drain cleaner.

The problem is these methods don’t always work very well, as previously discussed.

The plunger attempts to use the force of suction to physically clear the blockage, but it’s impossible to totally clear months or years of accumulation. The drain opener gets more to the source of the problem, but it can be seriously bad for your bathroom pipes.

That’s where Bio-Clean comes in. The "friendly bacteria" in Bio-Clean love the substances that we consider waste and blockages and they literally eat it up! Yet they are 100% harmless to living or nonbiological substances such as the pipes themselves.

Look at a cross-section of a clogged pipe, and you will see years of accumulated slime piled up around the inner surfaces. This is what the bacteria in Bio-Clean consumes.

They feed, multiply and eat their way through all waste matter until it is all eaten up. They chemically change it into water, carbon and other harmless elements that are used by plant life and run right out of the waste system.

Where does Bio-Clean work?

Where does Bio-Clean work? In all the following areas:

Kitchen sinks

Lavatories

Bathtubs

Showers

Floor Drains

Laundry Drains

Garbage Disposals

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Rv and Boat Holding Tanks

You can even add it to cat litter

What Are the Alternatives to Bio-Clean?

Compare Bio-Clean to mechanical equipment. As we discovered, cables can poke holes through the pipe. At best, they only leave a small opening through the mess which only leaves a base for new waste to adhere to.

Hot, caustic drain openers actually become diluted and weaker as they travel down through the pipes. They cannot defy gravity. They can only settle in a concentrated area or become weaker as they go down.

But the Bio-Clean family of friendly bacteria can digest vegetation and animal waste. They can defy gravity. They can work their way up as well as down!

It is important to note that Bio-Clean cannot repair broken pipes or mechanical defects or digest inorganic material such as baby toys or dental floss, as we discovered in our own drain. However, Bio-Clean will work for most normal blockages.

How do you use Bio-Clean?

How do you use Bio-Clean? Bio-Clean comes to you as an inert powder containing the bacteria culture, amylase, protease, cellulase and lipase enzymes.

The bacteria are in a state of "suspended animation," I guess you could say, (sort of like the old Sea Monkeys) but they "come to life" when they are added to water. You merely add a tablespoon full to your drains when they will be undisturbed for 6 to 8 hours, such as at nighttime. To give it the fullest time to work, repeat the treatment for five consecutive days.

In the instance of our clogged bathroom drain, we added it to both the toilet and the shower drain for one week.

What was the result? The sink drain no longer goes "bloop, bloop, bloop!"when we are running the water. The toilet flushes perfectly every time with no need for repeated flushings. The shower drains like when it was new. All this with no messy plunging or caustic chemicals!

Advantages of Bio-Clean

Bio-Clean may be a slight inconvenience for large families or households with only one bathroom since, for best results, it should be applied for five consecutive days. However, you can avoid even this slight inconvenience, once you get your drains cleared, simply by applying it once a month to all drains as a maintenance schedule. This will keep clogs from building up in the first place with minimal inconvenience.

Bio-Clean is also economical. A single can contains up to 100 drain treatments or will treat a 1000 US gallon septic tank.

I highly recommend Bio-Clean. It can replace plungers, caustic drain cleaners and even expensive plumber's bills. If it saves you one trip from the plumber, it will have paid for a lifetime of Bio-Clean!

Make friends with the friendly bacteria of Bio-Clean and you may never have to suffer from slow or clogged drains again!

Tips for Bio-Clean - Here are some handy tips to aid you in your use of Bio-Clean.

  1. In the Bio-Clean instructions, it says, "On multi-story buildings start initial treatment on the lowest level (e.g. basement) and progress to the top. Complete the five-day treatment on one floor before going on to the next higher floor." Tip: If the drains on the lower floors are running and have good flow you do not have to start on the lowest floor.
  2. In the Bio-Clean instructions, it says that "mouthwash should be disposed of into toilet." Tip: This refers not only to the 6 to 8 hours at bedtime when the drain is being treated but for the entire 5 to 6 consecutive days of drain treatment. You need to dispose of mouthwash this way during the entire 5 day treatment because Bio-Clean can continue working even after the sinks are being used again. Mouthwash, however, contains antibacterial agents that can destroy the residual action of Bio-Clean.
  3. Tip: Even though Bio-Clean can serve as an alternative to plunging, you can get better, faster results by doing an occasional plunging while using bio clean. This is because plunging can help break up the built-up wastes lining the pipes that Bio-Clean has loosened. This can give you faster and more complete results in clearing your drain blockages.

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Septic Tank Systems

Septic tank problems often occur with systems that are onion- shaped. The liquids and solids in a septic tank are separated by a baffle that comes in the form of a ball-shaped figure, or an inner sleeve shaped skin that has hooks attached to it at the top of the inner side of the neck. However, the wear and tear in the passing years may tear off the baffle allowing it to sink in the tank. Also, the ball in the receptacle may be knocked loose and disentangle itself. Most septic system problems begin with these two scenarios because liquid and solid wastes combine as they go through the soak away and this may cause a blockage.

One way to address septic tank problems especially if the baffle collapsed is for a homeowner to set-up a filter for his tank. Filters like these can be placed by a homeowner inside an outlet pipe, so that the septic system can function more effectively not to mention that it can save one a significant amount of money. However, if problems are more acute, a homeowner has no other recourse but to replace his or her old septic tank. Another concern that is related to cesspit are open, loose, or worn-out manhole covers.

Other problems that can be resolved yourself are solids blocking the soakway. A T-bar can used to unblock the passage. This very basic baffle is made of clay, but for those who want to replace it with a current version. The replacements units are generally reproduced in plastic to save on cost. However, one has to be careful with these baffles because if they are not correctly installed, the solids will still enter the soakway unhampered causing more damage. A homeowner would perhaps consider buying septic tank filler for him to solve his septic tank problems himself and save on the installation costs. On the other hand, this type of job is often better handled by a professional who isn't afraid to get his hands dirty.

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Septic Pumping Near Me

For many individuals living within rural settings, septic pumping is a part of their life. With all the nearby municipal sewage linked up to an appropriately functioning septic system, it is significantly vital to get the sewage pumped out at frequent intervals. In this short article, we will discuss why getting it to be pumped out on a regular basis is vital, how it can be done, and how much one can anticipate to pay for this service.

However, before we get into all these, let us have a quick look at what a septic system is, as well as the way it works. In the easiest terms, a septic system is a sewage treatment underground system for houses that lack access to municipal sewer services. It has 4 parts; the septic tank, the waste pipe from the home, the drain field along with the soil. All these parts are required to be in order, however the tank itself is probably the most vital part.

An excellent pumping service would in addition offer an intensive inspection of the septic tank when it is cleaned. They would check the tank, valves, inlet as well as outlet ports for damages. They would in addition check the ground around of the tank to see if there are signs of leakages.

Some issues should be brought to the homeowner so that they could be handled to ensure the appropriate operation of the whole septic system. The price of getting a septic tank pumped out differs. This would rely upon wherever you reside together with some further factors.

In general, one would be charged between $125 to $200 or else a little more. The simpler the task,the smaller amount one would charge. However there can be some conditions that could cause the cost to rise.

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Septic Tank Maintenance

Installing septic tank pump system becomes necessary for all those homeowners who live in the area having no municipal sewage system. These tanks are quite effective in treating and disposing off your discarded products. You should take special care in maintaining this tank pump system. Sometime homeowners also involve themselves in installation process.

Sometimes installing a septic tank pump becomes necessary especially in higher elevation areas. This pump works exceptionally well in pumping sewage to a distribution tank from septic chamber. Thus it ensures functionality of overall septic system. Though majority of septic systems is based on gravity but this assistance becomes impractical and sometimes impossible in some cases due to distance or terrain.

You should consider installing a pump in the septic tank in this situation just to ensure smooth supply of water to the filed lines directly from the tank. Well, this is a common technique that gives considerable difference from typical setup process of a septic tank system. Consider following step by step guideline to install your septic tank pump:

4 - Use direct burial wiring to connect pump motor with electricity. It is recommended having separate breaker for the pump motor. An added protection to pump could be placing Ground Fault Circuit Interruption breaker because such devices reduces electrical shocks or short circuit issues. Considering expert help is recommended especially if you don't know much about electrical wiring.

5 - Now add some water to your tank just to test the pump. The pump should activate itself once the tank reaches its predefined depth level. Shut off the pump once it moves out water. In the end, septic tank should be covered once you get confirmation that your septic tank pump is functioning properly.

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Sepsis Infection

Do you know people who have had to spend thousands of dollars for the repair or replacement of their septic systems? How about the expense of cleaning up or repairing the house and yard from damage caused by septic backup? Septic system backups create unhealthy and very unpleasant smelling conditions on your property, both inside the house as well as outside the house. If you have a septic system on your property, septic tank pumping should be a very high priority and concern.

All septic tanks need to be pumped out (emptied) and the system inspected periodically. How often should you have your system pumped and inspected? Most septic service companies in Molalla recommend septic tank pumping is done every 3 to 5 years, depending on several variables. Those variables are septic tank size, number of people in the household and the amount of water going into the system.

Having your septic system inspected can save money in costly repairs or replacement. Your local septic service company can inspect the valves, drain field, water inlet and outlets and the general condition of your tank to catch problems before they become a costly repair. Most septic tank pumping and service companies in Molalla will be able to make the repairs or replacements. Your local septic service company can also recommend additives to your tank to help control the sludge and scum that can be part of that expensive septic system failure that you want to avoid.

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