Pump stations are necessary when the elevation of the source isn't high enough to allow gravity to naturally pull wastewater along to a leaching system. With years of service to businesses, residential communities, and municipalities, Kent Septic is a trusted provider of careful and professional pump station installation for a service area in New Hampshire.
Properly and installing your pump station is critical when it comes to receiving years of reliable usage. This begins with a waste waster wet well. The wet well is the foundation of any pump station. As wastewater enters the wet well, the water level rises. This eventually triggers the pump station to either lift the wastwater through a treatment system, or simply lift it to a higher grade, to a point where gravity can take over. Inside the wet well, we house the following:
We generally recommend our residential customers have their wet wells cleaned every 4 years and our commercial customers once a year. This helps prevent the buildup of grease and solids which can damage your pump. In addition to cleaning and pumping, pump station inspections from Kent Septic will also ensure proper functionality of the submersible pumps, valves, floats, alarm systems, and other vital system components.
First, you may hear an alarm going off, don't panic, that is just a warning that there may be an issue with the pump.
If the alarm continues after checking these, Call Kent Clean Septic for service.