Septic Tank Pumping
We pump the entire tank not just the liquid. We first check the levels of the scum layer, the liquid layer and the sludge layer at the bottom. Then we mix up the contents of the tank into a slurry before we pump. Once the actual pumping begins we will continue to stir the tank periodically as needed. When we reach the botttom of the tank we rake any remaining sludge to the hose for removal. When the tank is empty, we inspect the tank and the baffles at that time for any problems.
New System Installation
If you are building a new home or your current system needs replaced, we have several options for your new septic system. We install all types of septic systems including advanced treatment systems. If you think the only option you have is a standard sand mound give us a call before its installed. We will take care of all the permits, system design, and inspections with your SEO.
Emergency Repair/Tank Replacement
We know that even with proper maintenance, emergency's do occur and tanks do go bad, but when they do we are here to help. We have technicians available 24/7 365 days a year. If your tank needs replaced because the old concrete tank is starting to deteriorate and leak we can sometimes repair your existing tank and if necessary install a new concrete or poly septic tank.
To properly pump a septic tank you have to pump through a man hole cover, to reduce the hassle of having to dig it up at every pump out we suggest the installation of a riser. We suggest and some municipalities even require installing a riser. For risers we use 24in. plastic HDPE corrugated pipe with safety lids.
Line Repairs/Jetting/ Augering
Sometimes as septic tanks and lines settle you may experience a broken drain line to your tank or distribution box. Another common problem is tree roots that grow into the line, when this happens our technicians have the equipment to find the break, dig up the line and make the necessary repairs.
All septic tanks have an inlet and outlet baffle, either made out of concrete or plastic. They can break or erode away with time, when they do they need replaced to keep your system working properly. When we pump a tank we always inspect both baffles and can replace them if needed.