If your plumbing pipes gurgle, burp, or make other eerie noises throughout the day, check your septic system fast. You could have a clog hiding somewhere inside your septic tank's lines. If the clog enlarges, it could allow sewage to backtrack into your toilet, bathtub, and sinks. Learn more about the eerie noises in your plumbing system and what you should do about them.
Why Is Your Plumbing System So Noisy?
The plumbing pipes in your bathroom and kitchen can gurgle or burp if air becomes trapped inside them or in their connecting vents. Pipes can also make strange sounds if they deteriorate from age and longtime usage. If you recently inspected your plumbing pipes and vents and found none of the issues previously mentioned, take a look at your septic system instead. Your septic tank pipelines and drain field could be in bad shape.
The pipelines connected to your tank convey sewage and water (effluent) away from your home's main plumbing line. If the pipeline clogs up with effluent, it can prevent air, wastewater, and other debris from leaving the pipes in your home. The eerie gurgling sounds you hear in your plumbing pipes could be signs of an impending sewage backup.
You can get rid of the strange sounds in your home by addressing the issues in your septic system now.
How Do You Solve the Issues in Your Septic System?
The most crucial thing you can do now is contact a septic service company and request assistance. A service provider can do several things to solve your problem, including pump out your septic tank. Pumping out your septic tank not only keeps it clean, it prevents unnecessary problems inside your home.
You want to also have your drainfield inspected during the visit. Drainfields can back up or fail when you least expect it. If your drainfield is on the verge of failing, a contractor may need to replace it right away. A contractor can go into further details about replacing your drainfield after they inspect it.
After services, a contractor may recommend pumping your septic system again in the future. Your septic tank pumping schedule may depend on your septic system's age and size. If you have a garbage disposal, dishwasher, or another large appliance in your home, you may need to pump your septic system more frequently.
For more details about the eerie noises traveling through your plumbing system, contact a septic system contractor today.