What are the symptoms of a full septic tank?

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The most obvious symptom of a full septic tank is a backed up toilet. Also, when a wet area appears outside where the septic tank is located, then it is a sign that the tank is full and water has begun overflowing from it. When your sewer and toilet water begin to smell, that is another sign that your septic tank may be full. You should empty and perform regular maintenance on a septic tank every five years by using an industrial sized pump.
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One of the primary symptoms of a full septic tank is slow toilet drainage or clogging. Your normally well-functioning toilet may begin to back up, spilling sewage into your home,
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A stinky area of wet, soggy soil, sometimes with visible water, may appear. Sewage may back up into the house and toilets may not flush properly.
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