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Septic Pumping for $255/1,000 Gal!

We put our price right out there because that’s what most people ask! We don’t charge any extra fuel fees or environmental fees. The only other charges would be if you need us to dig up your septic lid, or it is in a difficult spot or really far from the road, (we found a septic tank under a garage once, so we need to be specific), but this will be the price for over 90% of our customers.

We service all of Sussex County and most of Morris County, so call us for your regular servicing today.

How often should I get my septic pumped?

For the average homeowner, you need to get it pumped at least every 3 years. If you wait more than that you risk damage to your drain field and encountering serious problems down the road. If your yard is starting to smell…you might need a repair.

If you have baffle filters (read more in our blog post), you should be getting those cleaned every 6 months. If you don’t have one, you need to get one installed. These filters are cost effective and increase the life span of your drain field.

Articles

Want to learn more? Read some articles on maintaining your property and the environment!

Top 4 Questions about Septic Systems

Many homeowners don’t fully understand how their septic system works and only find out about repairs when selling their home. This realization can be scary (not to mention expensive!). We’re addressing some of those concerns by covering common questions we receive...

Spring and your Septic

We receive the most calls for septic alarms, repairs, and failures during the spring, so we thought it would be a good time to explain why! Why your septic backs up in the spring.... With all the snow melting and rain coming down, the ground is pretty saturated...

Baffle Filter: Installation and Maintenance

Installing and maintaining a septic system is a significant investment. To ensure a long service life for your system, we highly recommend adding an outlet baffle filter to your system. If your septic was installed prior to 2012, you probably don’t have one. The...

Microfibers and Septic Care: A New Wastewater Treatment Challenge

Microfibers and Septic Care: A New Wastewater Treatment Challenge Written By Sara Heger; published in Onsite Installer January 30, 2017 Issue; edited for our blog post Microfibers released in washing machines can wreak havoc on soil treatment systems over time. New...

Troubleshooting Effluent Filter Use and Extra Maintenance Issues

Effluent Screen Troubleshooting By Sara Heger; published in Onsite Installer March 2017 Issue; edited for our blog post If a screen requires servicing more frequently than anticipated by design, either the effluent screen or the wastewater characteristics should be...

An easy way to find a septic tank lid under the snow!

Need to find out where your septic tank may be in your yard, and have no idea how to find it?  This time of year, when we have a few inches of snow on the ground, you may have a simple solution to locating your tank.  In your basement, locate the area where the septic...

What is a baffle filter?

Septic Tank Baffle Filters You’ve made a small investment in a baffle filter- an excellent way for a homeowner to extend the life of their septic system.  Septic waste must be kept in the tank for your system to work as designed.  A properly installed and maintained...

Replacement of Septic System Components

 Many homeowners believe that once a septic system has been installed, it will continue to work forever without any maintenance or repairs.  Most septic systems, even with regularly scheduled maintenance, have a lifespan of 10 to 30 years.  All homeowners should...