Aerobic System Repair

If your property did not allow installation of a conventional septic tank and your aerobic-septic-system system is broken or malfunctioning.  Call York Septic for your Aerobic Septic System Repair needs.  The ground in New Mexico in some cases has only a foot of dirt before you hit solid limestone rock.  If you’ve ever planted a tree and experience this type of soil on your property you most likely have or need an aerobic septic tank system rather than a lateral conventional septic tank system.

A common problem with aerobic septic systems is an electrical failure of the spray pump or aerator.  If your spray pump fails in your aerobic septic system speedy repair is highly recommended.

If the aerator is malfunctioning or the sprayers stop spraying your septic tank does not make water or function normally.  Regular maintenance such as chlorine tablets are required and a scientific approach is best used when a septic tank is malfunctioning.

Blockage in the plumbing inside the house or structure can cause backup issues.  Knowing where your cleanouts are will be helpful for the septic tank technician that visits you.  If you do not have cleanouts you may consider having them installed as overtime this will decrease your maintenance costs for your aerobic septic system.

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Directions to our office:
From Albuquerque east bound I-40 to exit 194, make the immediate right turn to access Route 66 west, go about 2 miles west, we are located on the north side of Route 66.

Quick F.A.Q.’s

Q. How often do you pump?

A. It depends on how the system is being used. If there is a large amount of content going down the drain, pump more often. When a minimal amount of content is introduced, pump less often. If a large amount of disinfectants or anti-bacterial agents are being introduced into the system than pump more often. Introducing disinfectants or anti-bacterial agents into the system could shorten the life expectancy of the septic system.

On average, we recommend to pump the tank out every 2 years for a family of 4 to 6. Every 3 years for a family of 2. Every 5 years for a part time or vacation home.