Clogged cesspool or strong septic tank odors coming from your local septic tank pump out guy can startle even the savviest of homeowner. The cost of replacing a septic system will almost certainly run into the tens of thousands of dollars in repairs or replacement cost.
Well constructed cesspools will typically last 50 years plus when maintain properly and pumped out on a regular basis. Bacterial additive is one of the more important aspects when considering a maintenance program for your system. Monthly beneficial bacterial additive will extend the life of your system and give you the homeowner many years of problem free service.
Bio mat build up is the most common cause of failure in a septic tank and cesspool. Some beneficial bacteria can be applied to septic tanks and drain fields in heave concentrations to unclog and restore clogged drain fields to a like new condition.
Cesspool clogged is a term widely used by professionals and homeowners country wide. The term usually describes the condition of a clogged cesspool or cesspit when a bio mat builds up at the bottom and sides of the tank. This can restrict water or effluent from filtering out into the soil.
Improperly maintained or undertreated cesspool systems will accumulate a bio mat buildup eventually causing the cesspool to clog reducing the leaching process; begin to emit odors, produce gurgling sounds in the toilets overflowing into the yard producing wet spots and grass discoloration.
Clogged cesspools can be treated with heavy doses of beneficial bacteria shock treatment causing bio mat to digest allowing the system to regain the ability to perk. This digestion will convert bio mat into water and carbon dioxide opening the cesspool leaching ports allowing for proper drainage.
Treat your cesspool on a monthly basis with a bacterial and enzyme treatment preventing cesspool clogging.