Find the answers to common questions regarding residential septic tanks and systems. Don’t see your question below? Contact us today and we will be happy to provide any additional information you may need.
If your Tank Alert Alarm is sounding, the system is signaling a "high level" alarm. That means there is a problem with the system and it needs to be addressed as soon as possible! Call us at 610-444-3859 right away to take care your system.
Yes they do. They could be clean outs in the sewer line, inspection ports for the septic tank, cesspool access, distribution box location, drain field lateral risers or observation pipes for the drain field.
Yes. A regular Maintenance Program will not only help prevent system problems before they occur, it can assure that your system is functioning properly so you can relax knowing that everything is working as it should be. The proper usage of any septic system by you, the owner, is crucial on a daily basis.
Yes. Some counties/local municipalities require that service be performed on a two or three year basis.
Yes. We can perform a free Septic System Evaluation or, if requested, a complete PSMA/NOF Septic Certification.
You should call us to test and certify the existing septic system. We will inspect the system, run a Hydraulic Load Test if necessary, and document the current condition of the entire system. Our PSMA/NOF Certified Technicians will perform their duties as required in the PSMA/NOF Guidelines.
Yes, but first we would conduct an On-Site Evaluation and Customer Consultation to verify the system condition. If the system is failing, we then recommend the proper course of action in order to proceed with your replacement options.
After conducting Soil Testing/Test Pit Analysis and a positive percolation test, which will determine the rate at which liquids are absorbed, we factor this data along with the daily water usage to establish the new drain field size requirements.
We take care of everything right from testing, system layout and design, and permit processing for all types of residential septic and waste disposal systems.
Our team can take care of any system repairs, modifications, enhancements and alterations you require.
Yes, with a procedure called Pressure Jetting.
We routinely handle system installations and replacements for new and existing homes.