About Septic Medic
As a provider of emergency septic tank services and other septic repair issues, Septic Medic has been a leading provider for numerous homes running septic systems in the Northeast part of Pennsylvania. Our commitment to providing a trouble-free, timely and cost-effective service is unsurpassed, and we want the customer to have the most convenient septic service available.
Septic systems can be very tricky to navigate on one’s own, and it is often not recommended to try “home remedies”, or to tackle a project such as this. Property owners generally try this route in order to save money, but more often than not, the lack of expertise can actually compound the problem. In addition, most homeowners lack the resources of heavy machinery in order to excavate leach fields or septic tanks, meaning that they would likely have to also rent this type of equipment in order to even attempt to figure out the problem.
Septic Medic feels that we offer one of the best values for any emergency septic tank or system work, as well as any other septic problems that could be compounding the issue. Our years of experience and our hands-on approach means that you will the get results that you need: fast and simple.
Issues with septic tanks and leach fields can often create biohazards, which is a critical element to address, with a needed speedy result. We are well-equipped to take care of biohazard situations, and stand ready should you need such service.
A professional septic repair service should be at the top of every homeowner or property owner’s speed-dial if they utilize a septic sewage system. If there is an issue, there is no real way to skirt around the issue: it must be fixed or the problem could compound over time. This is why it is important to be aware of potential warning signs that could eventually turn into a more serious problem.
We also offer full inspections for septic systems and tanks, as well as regularly scheduled maintenance, which plays an extremely important role in preventing future problems and issues. Maintenance should occur at least once a year, and would entail inspecting the lid of the septic tank for cracks, as well as checking the sludge levels, checking the ground for liquid wastes and other elements of upkeep. This kind of maintenance can help ensure that you and your family are protected from potential harmful odors and elements that could back up within the system, as well as any potential future issues.