We usually only tend to think about the septic systems in our homes when there’s a problem at hand… and even then, it’s not something we like to think about for longer than we have to! Unfortunately, paying more mind to your septic tank could mean avoiding some major problems that crop up due to a lack of forethought to maintenance or service. The best thing you can do is to remind yourself that your septic tank, like anything else in your home, requires routine inspections from a qualified professional.
When it does come time to have your tank and system inspected, don’t just call anyone—make sure you’re putting the integrity of this system into the hands of a professional that can offer you the reassurance that only fiber optics in Anaconda, MT can provide!
Fiber optics shed visibility on issues
Fiber optics are the cutting edge way to make sure your septic tank is always in optimal condition. Rather than acting blindly and making assumptions based on limited data when it comes to servicing your tank and system, fiber optics actually give professionals a direct visual of your system’s most intimate features.
It works like this. A fiber optical cable is snaked into the depths of your drains, deep down into your septic system, where a camera and light allow for a clear visual feed to be observed on the surface. While they’re snaking the optics further and further into the system, a contractor is going to be taking note of anything they see, to help give you a comprehensive outline of everything that may or may not be posing an immediate threat to the condition and function of your septic tank.
What will you see with fiber optics?
The visual approach that fiber optics in Anaconda, MT provide you with is unparalleled in mitigating problems of all types in the depths of your septic system! Take a look at some of the things that can be uncovered and addressed thanks to fiber optics:
- Tree roots that might be growing into your pipes and plumbing.
- Blockages that could be causing backups or improper drainage.
- Calcification and other buildups that could be damaging your pipes.
- Foreign objects that might have introduced into the system, which are now causing problems.
The list goes on and on! Without fiber optics to see the unique nature of the problem, your septic contractor might be forced to guess about the problem and, even if they guess right, they might not have any indication of the severity of what they’re dealing with. Fiber optics in Anaconda, MT pair visual evidence with anecdotal observations.
Scope your drains today!
Unfortunately, not every septic professional has access to fiber optic cabling and observation systems. At Colbert’s Electric, Inc., we’re pleased to offer these capabilities to our customers, to give them peace of mind about their septic systems. We’re here to give you peace of mind about more than your electrical system—we’re dedicated to giving you peace of mind regarding your whole home!