Septic Pumping Service

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A well-maintained septic system is clean, odorless, and runs smoothlyall because it undergoes a septic pumping service every three to five years. Does that sound like your septic tank? If not, it might be a good time to re-evaluate your septic system maintenance plan. 

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At Mr. Rooter® Plumbing, our licensed plumbing experts provide professional, courteous septic pumping services at upfront prices and no overtime fees! All of our services and parts are even guaranteed.

To schedule a septic pumping service, call today!

Why Pump Your Septic Tank?

Since septic tanks handle human waste, it is important to keep everything running smoothly and safely. If a septic tank emergency occurs, it could release human waste, nitrogen, and phosphorous into the groundwater. Dangerous bacteria could adversely affect the health of your family, pets, and even your garden. In addition, your yard could be overtaken with an unpleasant odor. In order to keep this from happening, it is crucial to schedule a septic pumping service every few years.

Signs You Need a Septic Pumping Service

In order to tell whether or not you need a septic pumping service, it's good to keep a few of these signs in mind. Remember, maintenance service every three to five years could cost you a couple of hundred dollars, but a sewer system replacement will cost you thousands!

Your septic tank may be full if the following are present:

  • The yard smells like sewage.
  • A toilet is backed-up.
  • A drain won't unclog.
  • The yard has standing water.

Most new septic systems even have alarms that flash and make noise when the septic tank is reaching maximum capacity. If any of these signs are present, don't wait to call a licensed plumbing expert from Mr. Rooter Plumbing for a cost-efficient septic pumping service.

If your septic system needs more than just maintenance, we are available 24/7 for emergency services! Call today.

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