Cesspools are absorption receptacles that collect sediment and sewage from drains in a house or commercial building. They include such products and services as septic tanks, seepage pits, leach lines, leach beds, and sewer pumping. Other services include scum removal, odor sanitization, heat analysis, repair, and drywells. Cesspools, also called septic systems, are similar to seepage pits and dry wells, and contain leach lines and leach beds. Cesspools must be pumped out on a regular basis to prevent overflow. Cesspools need proper maintenance and repair. An indication of a malfunctioning cesspool or septic system is a consistently wet yard. A foul odor often lingers as well if the cesspool has failed. If that is happening, it’s harmful to your health. When homes are bought and sold, building codes demand that the cesspool be inspected for blocked drains or hookups. Such tests may involve sludge analysis, a dye test, cleanout, or tank cleaning. You can find professional cesspool services, cesspool wholesalers or cesspool manufacturers by looking in your local phone book or by searching online directories. Contact companies and ask questions about their company’s background, affiliations, prices, and services to make comparisons. So whether you want to install a new cesspool system, repair an existing septic tank, repair drywells or you need to do some pumping, make sure you choose the company that will work for you.