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It's hard to believe that we're coming to the end of the summer and are already talking about the problem of flooding, however that is the unfortunate situation we're in, with Cheshire and the North West being one of the most hardest hit areas in Britain. This of course creates the obvious problems for homes and roads in the area, although have you ever considered how your septic tank might be affected? The problems created can be huge, so to remedy any worry, it can be essential to call upon John Reeves Waste Management and make use of us emptying septic tanks in Cheshire and across all of the surrounding areas.
In normal circumstances, accumulated rainwater and other liquids will usually drain away to an accompanying feature such as a soakaway, however when floods hit this is a completely different and extreme circumstance where the water won't have the chance to naturally drain out of the septic tank, but instead become clogged up and possibly over-flowing – as a result placing your septic tank under too much pressure and of course forcing waste materials up and out into your garden or wherever your septic tank is situated.
Hopefully something as serious as the septic tank becoming damaged or overflowing will never occur, however even if after or during the flooding, your septic tank has shown no signs of being affected, it is highly likely that inside the liquid levels will have risen and will therefore need to be emptied to avoid any future problems and to bring it back to its best.
Here at John Reeves Waste Management we have over 40 years of experience in repairing and emptying septic tanks, so present the trouble free solution to any problem no matter how big or small, and also simple maintenance to keep everything working how it should. Rain, flood or shine, we always aim to be there for your waste management needs.