Proudly Serving The Atlanta Area's Septic Needs For More Than 20 Years
Septic Services Available in The Atlanta Market Only
We offer our residential, commercial, and industrial customers in Atlanta a full line of quality septic services at reasonable rates. We bring years of experience to every new job, whether we're installing a new septic tank or repairing problems in your old one. A properly maintained system can considerably reduce future problems. We have helped thousands of our customers by installing septic tanks, providing pumping services and repairing septic tanks & systems throughout north Georgia for years. Our experts have seen every conceivable issue and can typically fix any problem with your system in just a few hours. We understand that maintenance is a key component to ensure your system runs well and last a long time, and our techs will also educate you so that you can identify any potential problems early on.
Constant running or leaking toilets or faucets may be visual signs of septic/draining issues.
Septic systems, according to their age and the material used during original installation, can deteriorate, and the plumbing going in the tank, inside the tank, and exiting the tank along with the drain field itself can prompt repairs.
Drain Field Repair/Replacement
During the initial installation, a septic drain field is placed in the ideal location on the property. Over years of constant use, the soil naturally filters the pathogens (germs) from the wastewater. Eventually, the soils become contaminated surrounding the drain field system reducing its performance substantially. Root intrusion can also cause a system to be repaired, and driving vehicles over the area can damage a septic system prompting repairs or replacement.Learn More
Tanks are the primary pretreatment of the septic system. Once a tank reaches a 50% volume of sludge (solids) the pretreatment process is at a critical point of not pretreating the wastewater. A lack of pumping threatens the performance of the drain field functionality, allowing solids to be forced into the drain field. Health departments highly recommend pumping every 3-5 years.
In the event of an obstruction of the tank (additions built to the dwelling, large trees growing near the tank, or the tank being undersized due to bedrooms being added to the home) can require a septic tank to be replaced on the property or increased in size to accommodate the amount of additional bedrooms.
WHY SHOULD I GET
MY SEPTIC SYSTEM INSPECTED?
Discover potential problems
Avoid expensive repairs
Assure septic system is functioning properly
Buying or selling a home (generally NOT included in home inspection)
Prevent groundwater contamination
Prevents backups into your house and resulting damage
WHAT DOES AN
Uncovering the septic system
Pumping the septic tank
Flushing the toilets
Checking for signs of back up
Inspecting mechanical components
Verifying drain fields are taking water
WHAT DOES OUR $149 TANK PUMP INCLUDE?
Pumping up to 1000 gallons of liquid
Up to 18 inches of digging to unearth the tank lid
Up to 24 inches of sludge (solid) removal
Inspection of the tank to make sure it is working properly
A properly maintained tank should operate at the levels listed above
ADDITIONAL CHARGES MAY INCLUDE
The standard depth of a septic tank is 18 inches. If your tank was installed deeper than 18 inches we need to charge an additional fee for the extra work that is involved in unearthing the tank. We also may have to charge additional fees to unearth the septic tank if it is under a deck or covered with concrete and or landscaping. There should not be anything covering a septic tank, however, in some situations, we come across these items and they take longer to remove.
Your septic tank should be pumped and inspected every three to five years. When tanks have not had this proper maintenance they will build up solids or sludge. The extra sludge in the tank creates wear on the pump by adding water to break up the solids in order to get them through the hose and out to the truck. There will be additional charges for this service. There will be additional charges for any other services that are not related to the actual pumping of the septic tank. These items include but are not limited to the servicing of the line from the house to the tank, repairs that may be needed to the tank, or repairs that may be needed to the field line system.
All pricing, including additional charges, are given up front and will be agreed to BEFORE any work is performed.