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- Pump outs – Repairs – Replacement – New Installations – Lift Stations
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Septic Tank Pumping
Pumping your septic tank is probably the single most important thing you can do to protect your septic system. If the buildup of solids in the tank becomes too high and solids move to the drainfield, this could clog and strain the system to the point where a new drainfield will be needed. Our number one specialty is supporting your septic tank pump out needs, these challenges may come in different forms such as; clogged toilets, inability to use showers, washers, etc. This is all most likely related to the needs of your septic tank requiring a pump out service to help unclog or diagnose any further challenges. We are available for emergency services 24/7.
Septic Tank Installations
A septic system is an onsite wastewater treatment system that processes and purifies household waste (effluent). The effluent consists of blackwater (toilet wastes) and graywater (kitchen sink, bathtub and laundry wastes). The septic system has two components; a. Septic Tank and b. Drainfield or Leachfield. The septic tank is a watertight underground box, most commonly has at least a 1,000 gallon capacity for retaining, storing and treating solids, in addition to releasing effluent into the drainfield or leachfield. In addition to our services in maintaining and pumping out septic tanks we offer residential and commercial septic tank installations by our professional installation team that is dedicated to quality service.
Drainfield Repair and Replacement
Septic Drain Fields, also called leach fields or leach drains, are subsurface wastewater disposal facilities used to remove contaminants and impurities from the liquid that emerges after flowing through a septic tank. The septic drain field, and the associated piping compose a septic system. The drain field typically consists of an arrangement of trenches containing perforated pipes and porous material some can include gravel covered by a layer of soil to prevent animals and surface runoff from reaching the wastewater distributed within those trenches. Primary design considerations are hydraulic for the volume of wastewater requiring disposal and catabolic for the long-term biochemical oxygen demand of that wastewater.