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When you have a septic emergency such as a backup or overflow, you can’t afford to wait around for assistance. That’s why One Way Septic proudly offers 24/7 emergency septic services to help fix the problem and eliminate the backup fast, efficiently, and within your budget. You see, we know first-hand how much damage a septic backup can cause, and the last thing we want is for you to have to deal with the mess and damage this type of emergency can leave behind. Keep reading to explore our emergency septic backups and services.

If you suspect your septic system is not operating as it should, don’t wait to call us for assistance. Get in touch with our friendly and knowledgeable team now to request a quote or schedule your emergency service.

Signs You Need An Emergency Septic Service

It’s important to note that you may find signs of septic system failure both inside and outside of the home or business. Here are some of the most common indicators to be aware of:

  • You notice a foul odor coming from your drains and/or your yard.
  • You smell a strong, pungent odor near the actual septic tank.
  • You see wastewater backing up in your drains.
  • Your plumbing drains slowly or not at all.
  • You notice pools of water in your yard when it hasn’t rained.
  • You spot pooling water in your basement/crawlspace.
  • You see greener spots of grass in your yard.

Why Partner With One Way Septic?

Emergency Septic System Services In Georgia

At One Way Septic, your health and safety are of the utmost importance to us, and when your septic system fails, it puts you, your family, your employees, and your patrons at risk. That said, while the EPA recommends that homeowners, business owners, and property owners have their septic tanks inspected, pumped, and cleaned every three to five years, we understand that this type of maintenance can sometimes fall by the wayside. In fact, improper maintenance is one of the main causes of septic system failures, which can cause terrific damage to homes, businesses, and properties of all types.

What Causes a Septic Backup?

Along with improper septic tank maintenance, there are numerous other factors that can cause a septic backup. These may include, but are not limited to:

  • Blocked Lines

  • Tree Roots Entangle/Penetrate the Lines

  • Damage to the Septic Tank Itself

  • Damaged or Faulty Septic Tank Components

  • Environmental Changes (Ground Shifting)

  • Severe Weather

  • Non-Flushable Solids

  • Improper/Inefficient Breakdown of Solid Waste

  • Garbage Disposals

  • Treating Septic Tank With Harsh Chemicals

  • Heavy Machinery Used During Construction Projects

  • Hydraulic Overloading

How to Prevent a Septic Tank Backup

There are steps you can take in your day-to-day routine to avoid an emergency septic backup from occurring.

  • Be mindful about what goes down the drain.
  • Be careful what you flush.
  • Buy septic-safe toilet paper.
  • If you have a septic tank, do not use a garbage disposal or use a drain guard.
  • Try not to overload your septic system all at once.
  • Pump your septic tank before the holidays.
  • Schedule routine septic inspections.
  • Repair any and all septic tank damage in a timely manner.
  • Maintain routine septic tank pumping every three to five years.
  • Call your friends at One Way Septic with issues, questions, or concerns about your septic system.
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Our Service Areas

As a top-rated, highly recommended and trusted, experienced septic company in Acworth, GA we are proud to partner with homeowners, business owners, property owners, and more all throughout Georgia. Our service area includes:

If you don’t see your area on our list above, give us a call and find out how we can assist you!

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Contact The Best Georgia Septic Company Today!

Whether you have a septic backup emergency, you need a septic tank repair, or you need a septic drain field replacement, we do it all and more! Get in touch with us today and tell us how we can help you. Fill out the form below to request a free quote, and remember, we’re on call 24/7 to assist with septic emergencies.

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