Even though at some point we have all heard "you never need to pump your septic tank," the truth is that septic pumping is a necessity, just like changing the oil in your car. While septic tanks are designed to use bacteria to clean and sanitize water for safe disposal underground, over time solids and other waste products can and will accumulate in your tank and must be removed on a regular basis to avoid costly problems in the long run.
In medicine, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and septic systems are no different. As such, we include an inspection with every septic pumping we do. During every pumping, our experienced technicians take a look at your tank and ensure that nothing is on the brink of going wrong. If something is wrong, we'll catch it early and let you know of preventative measures that will be far more inexpensive than fixing a fully broken tank later.
When something goes wrong with your septic tank, whether there's a draining issue, a clogged intake, or anything in between, you need someone with the experience, tools, and know-how to get everything back to working order in no time flat. Understanding that working toilets are at the very foundation of modern civilization, we are here for you to get everything back to working order before you even know it.