Pumping out and cleaning a septic or aerobic wastewater system can be compared to the necessity of changing the oil in your car on a routine basis. Without this required routine maintenance, you will begin to experience decreased performance with your system. The timing of this need will vary, based on system usage and overall integrity of the system.
For additional information on this subject, please refer to our FAQ page or call us at (972) 539-5247 for a better understanding.
Diagnostics & Repairs
Diagnosing and repairing existing systems is an integral part of our day-to-day business. When your system is malfunctioning, or a major component has been compromised, we can certainly help. Our experts in the field work with you to determine the most cost-effective and long-term solution to eliminate future problems with your system.
Installations & System Conversions
We believe that anything worth doing is worth doing right. Our systems are always installed with the utmost of care and design considerations, to ensure years of worry-free use for the end user.
Please be aware that the state minimum requirements on system size are not always adequate to meet the needs of your lifestyle. Make sure you discuss this with your OSSF licensed professional. Converting failed conventional septic systems to an efficient and ecologically friendly Aerobic Systems is another aspect of service we provide.
Of course, the end goal is to always provide you with a quality system that will withstand the test of time and your usage needs. Contact us to discuss your system options.
Annual Maintenance Contracts
Municipalities require that aerobic waste water systems be maintained, by either a certified maintenance provider or a certified homeowner. As a homeowner, in order to maintain your own system, you must meet certain requirements set out by the governing regulating authority. You should check with your regulating authority to determine the exact requirements and to ensure your compliance in this matter.
As a maintenance provider, our service entails making three routine inspections of your systems annually. At each visit, our certified service technician will thoroughly inspect the unit to ensure that it is functioning properly, report their findings to you and the proper governing authority in writing and list on this report any needed repairs or additional items you may need to address with the system.
Any repairs that need to be done that are not covered under the Maintenance Contract are never completed without prior consent from the system owner.