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Category Archives: Tank Cleaning

Less Aerobic Septic System Maintenance Does Not Equal Higher Performance

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Your aerobic system’s health is not determined by the infrequency of part replacement. If your technician is not regularly servicing your system and replacing basic parts, it’s a sign that he’s not doing his job! Think about this: if you   …Continue Reading


Septic Take Cleaning Rates to Increase April 1

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There has never been a better time to clean your septic tank. We value our customers and want to sustain current pricing, however the costs associated with septic tank cleanings have continued to dramatically rise and our current pricing is   …Continue Reading


Selling your house? Don’t pump your tank yet!

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Getting your house ready to sell requires a lot of maintenance and prep work. Is pumping your septic tank on your list? If so, you may want to hold off until you have secured a buyer. In order for an   …Continue Reading


Another reason to clean your tank: roots!

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There are many reasons to clean your septic tank, most importantly to keep sludge from entering your drainfield. Frequently an underestimated risk, overgrown roots can wreak havoc on a septic system if they aren’t monitored. Shown are two giant piles   …Continue Reading


A Look Behind Septic Tank Cleanings

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Need your septic tank cleaned and wondering about the process? Let’s take it step by step. One of our trained professional pumpers calls you on their way to your home, ensuring you will be home and providing an estimated time of   …Continue Reading


Oils and Grease in Your Septic Tank?

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Occasionally, we open up a septic tank to find wastewater that just doesn’t look quite right. There could be a rainbow of colored film, black liquids, white liquids, and anything in between. Normal, domestic wastewater doesn’t cause this; pouring oil, gasoline, paint,   …Continue Reading


FAQ Answered: When Should I Pump My Septic Tank?

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There is a common misconception that you only pump your tank when it is “full.” This is only partially true. Let’s use an example to explain this. Your septic tank is 1,000 gallons with a normal liquid level of 1,000 gallons.   …Continue Reading


3 Frequently Asked Septic Pumping Questions

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Although many Hill Country homeowners use septic systems, they are still a mystery to most people. We get asked lots of questions about septic systems, but the three we hear most are about septic pumpings/cleanings. Why should my septic tank   …Continue Reading


Why Should I Pump My Septic Tank?

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Most people wait until they have a problem to pump out their septic tank, but this is not the right approach — by then, your system is usually past the point of no return. Don’t wait until it’s too late!   …Continue Reading


What to Expect During a Septic Tank Cleaning

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While your septic tank cleaning experience may vary between service providers, here are a few things that should happen during all septic tank cleanings. Tank access lids exposed – Tanks installed after the late 1980s have two compartments, and both   …Continue Reading


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