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Septic Tank Repair Specialists Serving The Greater Lafayette Area

Septic Tank Repair

A leaking septic tank can be the source of a wide variety of issues in your Lafayette home's plumbing system. Septic tank repair might sound daunting, but with a reliable plumber for Lafayette homes like Master Drain Services, you can rest easy. Septic tank repair is a service that requires a lot of patience because we must complete a thorough inspection and often excavate part or all of the septic tank. If you are worried about your septic system, consider giving us a call at 337-573-2564 to schedule an appointment with our master plumber today.

Fixing Septic System Problems

If you leave septic system problems alone, you can be doing irrecoverable damage to your home and property. Broken or leaking septic tanks can cause major health and environmental harm to your surrounding area, and eventually cause a mess in the home. With Master Drain Services, septic tank repair is easy to schedule. Our team inspects the area to discern the source of the problem. We then go in with a solution informed by 17 years in the drain industry.

Top-Rated Septic Tank Solutions

Master Drain Services is a number one place to find septic tank repair services. Our master plumber is well-versed in a wide variety of drain and sewer issues. We know how to diagnose a problem and find an effective solution. At Master Drain Services, we do more than repair ailing septic tanks. You can also hire us to help with drain cleaning and drain cleaning to get rid of bad clogs in your plumbing system.

Frequently Asked Septic Tank Repair Questions

Yes, a leaking septic tank can be repaired if you call a professional. If you can determine the location of the leak, you should call a plumber like Master Drain Services that can deal with the problem. A leaking septic tank can create a major health hazard if left alone. Repairs involve inspecting the tank and finding the source of the leak and oftentimes replacing broken parts and pipes.

We recommend that household septic tanks be pumped at least once every three to five years. The sludge that builds up in the septic tank can build up quickly in an active household. If your septic system features certain types of mechanical components, like electric float switches, you may want to pump the sludge out every year to avoid issues.

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