Your septic system plays a crucial role in treating wastewater on-site. Therefore, make sure that your septic system has the proper maintenance and care. Main Beam Septic Specialist is here to help you in La Pine, OR, and all of Central Oregon.
At Main Beam Septic Specialist, we are proud to offer you and your family septic system maintenance to keep your septic system operating at peak efficiency.
A septic system operates by collecting wastewater from your drains and toilets. These systems work to keep your ground water clean. If this system does not have proper installation or routine maintenance, then malfunctioning occurs, which causes the system to release bacteria, chemicals, and potential viruses in your water.
Browse our septic systems page to learn more about what a septic system looks like and how it operates.
A variety of conditions can cause your septic system to fail. Excessive garbage disposal use, flushing any wipe or feminine products (even if they say “Flushable”), and harmful substances down various drains can cause your septic system to stop working.
At Main Beam Septic Specialist, we want to prevent failure from happening with our septic maintenance. Our expert services will help you rest assured that your needs are cared for. We want you to have many trouble-free years in the future, so let us assist you with this service. We are certified and local to provide you with premium and quality care.
If you are interested in our septic system maintenance in or around La Pine, OR, contact us today by sending us a message through our contact page. Read on to learn more about our system care. We look forward to helping you with your septic needs.
We are DEQ certified and have a limited electrical license. This allows us to test the electrical components of the control panels, pumps, floats and replace or repair as needed. We keep in stock many of the items needed for repairs and bring to the job site.
Regular maintenance prevents premature failure of your onsite system. DEQ and local regulatory authorities may also require all components be thoroughly checked and cleaned on a regular schedule, and have a maintenance agreement. We file the required reports and pay the fees to these agencies as stated in our contract.
"What can go into a septic tank"
Remember the 3 P's
This is the only thing that should go into your septic system.
When doing dishes, showers, laundry, there will be oils, grease, lint, food particles, soaps, hair, and alike make it to the system. Be mindful of the amount and keep it to a minimum.