The best way to keep your septic system functioning properly is with periodic pumping and cleaning. Pumping your tank not only keeps your septic system healthy, but will also prevent potentially hazardous runoff, sewer line stoppage, and possible raw sewage backing up in your home. Pumping and cleaning is recommended every 3-5 years on ALL septic systems. Even a good system without proper care and attention may become a problem and an unnecessary expense. Tanks should be filled with water after pumping to keep from floating.Davis Septic Services is here to help by providing pumping and repair services for all types of septic systems 7 days a week and 24 hours a day.
Systems we pump:
- Low-Pressure Dose
ALL septic systems require maintenance at one time or another. Aerobic systems are more complex and require more maintenance. Some maintenance may be performed by homeowners for systems using secondary treatment or dig irrigation, and surface application disposal. Some permitting authorities have adopted more stringent requirements, which may require homeowner training or even prohibit homeowner maintenance. Contacting a licensed maintenance provider to check, troubleshoot and test the system as required in 30 TAC 285.91 will help ensure that the system operates correctly. The maintenance provider inspects components of the system and notes whether every component is working each site visit. The maintenance provider will tell the homeowner of any problems or repairs that need to be made. Any required repairs that are not made will be reported to the permitting authority.Remember residential septic systems can handle only domestic sewage. Industrial or hazardous waste will ruin an onsite system by literally killing the bacteria that break down the biosolids. Septic Systems are designed to handle waste, not chemicals.
Counties We Service:
- San Saba
With buying or selling a house that has a septic, a lot of times the lender may require a septic inspection. When performing a septic inspection, the inspector looks inside the tank to make sure no cracks or roots are present in the tank. They check to make sure the drainfield is taking water and functioning correctly. With the aerobic systems, the inspector inspects and test all the mechanical parts and sprinklers to see if the system is operational.
Services & Repairs
Are you experiencing troubles with your septic system? Our company specializes in conventional, low pressure dose, and aerobic septic systems.
Our Services and Repairs:
- Drainfield Replacement
- Sewer line Replacement
- Pump Repairs
- Compressor Repairs & Replacements
- Septic Tank Risers and Fall Protection
- Septic Tank Lid Repairs
- Control Panels
- 24/7 Emergency Services
- and more.......
Before a septic system is installed, a site evaluation is required to be turned in with all septic permit applications. The site evaluation helps the installer and engineer identify what class the soil is, what septic system is best suitable for that soil, and the best placement of where the septic system needs to go.