Social Circle, GA Septic System Repair & Installation And Retention Ponds
Social Circle is located in Walton County, GA, about 45 miles east of Atlanta and about 4 miles north of Interstate 20 access.
AWJ Services, your Septic Company, is located in nearby Jackson. We are an installation and repair company for septic systems and retention ponds. We install and repair septic systems including special alternative systems for challenging landscapes.
We are a fully licensed and insured company of experienced professional repair and installation experts that can repair or install your Social Circle septic or retention pond systems. If you live in Social Circle, you may find you need our Septic System Repair & Installation or Retention Pond Maintenance services. We are your Social Circle Septic Company.
Septic Installation in Social Circle
A septic system is normally installed in locations where the city cannot reach the home with city water services. However, they can and are installed in many locations including within city limits.
Certain landscapes can be challenging and will require special septic systems. For instance, if a special system designed for waterfront properties is not installed, the homeowner could experience backwash of bacteria into their fresh water system. These special septic systems are designed for these types of problem areas.
Septic Repairs in Social Circle
Your Septic lines and tank needs regular maintenance. If the system isn’t kept in good repair and cleaned out, you can have bad problems like a river of sewer water floating up to your back door. Since the Social Circle septic system is installed underground, repairs can be complicated and costly. You’ll want to be sure you only hire professionals to repair and maintain your tank.
Retention Pond Maintenance in Social Circle
Detention Ponds, or Retention ponds are not created for fish or watering animals, but are installed in landscapes that have stormwater runoff drainage problems. Rainy seasons can produce much water that can flood your home or neighboring homes. With a pond specifically created to hold stormwater runoff, you’ll save your home from damaging flooding.
These systems are wet or dry. Wet means they consistently hold water and dry means they don’t have a significant amount of water left in the pond after a storm.
Keeping the pond clean and free of overgrown vegetation is crucial. If not regularly maintained, you could end up with a useless retention pond that only makes matters worse for you or neighboring homes. Poor maintenance can create foul odors, will attract insects, can create algae blooms, and can be very unpleasant looking in general.
- Overgrowth of vegetation
- Clogged inlets from debris, trash, and sediments
- Failed slopes
- No access for maintenance routine
Retention ponds do a lot to store pollutants instead of letting them run through your property and possibly into your home. The pond acts as a collection and filtration zone for stormwater. Stormwater often contains toxic particles such as insecticides or fertilizers. When retention ponds are installed, they will effectively keep this water away from your fresh water sources and your home.
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