Needed a trenchless sewer help right now

Have you ever noticed that plumbing disasters happen at the worst possible time? I recently had my family over for Easter, but i was hosting a sizable gathering and had everything planned just right… The inside was all cleaned and set up for the entire family, outside I had mowed the grass, trimmed my bushes, and hid colored eggs for the kids.

I even had yard games set up… When the family ventured outside all the people remarked on the smell. It smelled like an aged dumpster mixed with toilet water. Then I found water seeping up in my grass. I had an issue with my septic system. I figured I just needed the septic pumped, but I didn’t want to leave that until the next supplier afternoon. I wanted to disfasten the smell so my family would be comfortable. I called for an emergency plumber to take care of the septic concerns. Well it turns out it wasn’t a jammed septic tank however a drain field issue. I needed to have my grass dug up to access the drain field in order to make the repair. I was cutting out in hives of the thought of my grass being torn up during a gathering; So I ended up moving all the people inside and doing the drainfield service at a later date. I am thankful that I called around and found a plumbing supplier that does trenchless plumbing. They were able to access the service without digging deep into the ground and making a sizable mess. The trenchless sewer service went as quick and easy as it could have been.

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