Septic Tank Service
When your home or business is connected to a septic tank system, as long as everything is running smoothly there’s nothing to worry about. However, when things to wrong, it needs to be dealt with immediately to avoid potential health and safety hazards as well as damage to the property. As your St. George septic service, our company is here to make sure everything involved in your septic system is running smoothly. From regularly scheduled maintenance, to filter cleaning, field line issues, or even installations, our knowledgable professionals are equipped to handle the job. We conduct health department inspections making sure your system is up to date.
Pumping and Cleaning
One of our most common services is the pumping or cleaning of a septic system. Septic tanks are built to have a limited lifetime, which is why maintaining the regularly scheduled maintenance is so important. Without pumping out every three to five years, and cleaning the tank or tanks as necessary, the lifetime of a septic tank can be greatly shortened causing a need for replacement sooner than necessary. Staying on top of proactive maintenance, including yearly inspections, ensures that waste levels are measured and handled appropriately. Without proper maintenance and inspections, levels can become hazardous, leaving sewage without a proper outlet to drain.
While properly maintained septic systems have an enduring longevity, they do have a finite life span, and are subject to normal breakage or wear and tear. At St George Septic Service we are here to support our customers for all of their installation needs. Whether it’s a new install for a brand new septic tank or installing individual components from float switches to a new lift station, we have the expertise to address the issue. We also specialize in riser installation for both older and newer systems. Our experts stay on top of all the latest septic technology, ensuring a smooth installation process.
Replacements and Repairs
When part of a septic tank breaks, it’s important to have professionals address the problem as soon as possible. Having one part of the system down can have a snowball effect, leading to more costly repairs and replacements. Whether a system has a broken lift station, float switch or a faulty tank alarm that’s causing problems within the system, we assess the issue and come up with a plan of action, repairing if possible, or replacing when necessary. For those looking to sell their home, we conduct certification for the Department of Health, providing repairs and replacements necessary to keep the system up to code.
Inspections and Certifications
Although the average septic system only needs to be pumped out every three to five years, our experts strongly recommend having the system inspected yearly to ensure it’s being treated to the right service schedule. With regular inspections, our technicians provide a full system status report, that informs clients whether their usage is above or below the average upon which the pump out schedule is typically based. We check both the sludge and liquid level, as well as the overall structural integrity of the sump. Our experts are licensed professionals that can perform the inspections, repairs and necessary replacements that are in alignment with state mandated health regulations .