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Maintenance And Septic Tank Pumping Services In Anchorage

Maintenance And Septic Tank Pumping Services In Anchorage

Anchorage Septic Pumping is a one-stop-shop for all your septic pumping and maintenance needs. We are able to guarantee the highest standard of quality for your septic system. Above all, we strive to gain your business with honest and quality work at a fair price! Our team utilizes only the most up-to-date equipment and techniques in the industry today.

Two questions people often ask about septic systems are, “How often do I need to have my tank pumped?” and “Do I need to add anything to keep the system working?” Failure to maintain your septic systems is a recipe for a costly system failure. Having your tank on a regular maintenance program is a must. The cost of regular maintenance is minuscule in comparison to repairing or replacing your system. Pumping your tank will also help protect the health of the community and the environment! We believe that a scheduled maintenance program is the best defense against costly repairs or replacements. The inorganic matter, or sludge, that accumulates in the bottom of the tank must be pumped out periodically.

How We Can Help!

You can expect a fully licensed, bonded, and insured septic pumping contractor. We offer a wide range of services in the Anchorage area, which include:

  • Solid Waste Backup
  • Flooded Drain Field
  • Septic System Backup
  • Hydro-Jetting
  • Rooting
  • Steam Thawing
  • In-line fiber optic camera inspections
  • Sewage, Drain and Utility line location
  • Grease Trap and Interceptor Services
  • Rain Leader cleaning
  • And More Maintenance And Septic Tank Pumping Services!

Give us a call today to get your free quote on all of our maintenance and septic tank pumping services that we offer.

Solid Waste Backup

When your septic system is not properly maintained you may begin to experience signs of a solid waste backup in your septic system. These signs can by water and sewage from toilets, drains, and sinks, are backing up into the home. Bathtubs, showers, and sinks drain very slowly. Gurgling sounds in the plumbing system. Standing water or damp spots near the septic tank or drainfield. Bad odors around the septic tank or drainfield. Bright green, spongy, lush grass over the septic tank or drainfield, even during dry weather. Algal blooms in nearby ponds or lakes. Or high levels of nitrates or coliform bacteria in water wells.

Flooded Drain Field

The drainfield around your septic tank can only handle so much water. If the drainfield becomes flooded by storm run-off or nearby bodies of water, your septic tank won’t work properly. Wastewater can back up into your basement or home. If you have a septic system for wastewater, you can call Anchorage Septic Pumping to both prevent and respond to a flooded drain field.

Septic System Backup

When you are experiencing a septic system backup, you will often notice five warning signs that will alert you that you need to have your septic tank pumped. Clogged drains, sewage backup, standing groundwater near the septic tank, bad odors, and a patch of overly green grass over the septic tank. If you ever experience any of these problems call Anchorage Septic Pumping to diagnose and solve your problems!

Give us a call today at (907) 917-4634 to schedule your free service quote on all our maintenance and septic tank and septic pumping services. We proudly serve the Anchorage area. Our contractors will visit your home to discuss your options for your maintenance and septic tank pumping services. We’re here to help, so call us to learn more about our many services today.