Septic Pumping, Repairs & Installation
To better serve our customer, The Water Specialist is proud to provide superior septic service. We provide septic pumping, repair, and installation services to the Triangle area of Central North Carolina. Septic systems are used to treat and dispose of relatively small volumes of wastewater and require consistent maintenance in order to keep your property clean and safe.
Septic pumping is a vital part of property management. Pumping the system allows us to confirm the system is working as it should, and helps identify necessary repairs before they become a problem. Additionally, if the septic tank is not pumped regularly, the system will clog and overflow. The main factors that determine how often a septic systems needs to be pumped are: household size; total wastewater generated; volume of solids in wastewater; and septic tank size. However, in general, your septic systems should be pumped every 3-5 years.
We can help with the following septic repairs:
- Drain-field repairs & replacement
- Locating of drain-field
- System evaluation
- Blockage repair
If you are in the market for a new home that runs on a septic system, do not forget to have the system inspected before you buy! We can evaluate the current status of a septic system and provide recommendations for actions to take, as well as educate you on the proper maintenance and function of the system.
The Water Specialist can provide full new installation of septic systems, including new construction, replacement of an existing system, septic tank replacement, and drain-field replacement. Contact us today for septic pumping service in Raleigh, Pittsboro, Roxboro, Efland, Durham, Chapel Hill, Hillsborough, Cary, Apex, Wake Forest, Oxford and surrounding areas of NC.
Septic System Maintenance
Proper maintenance of your septic system is extremely important. Have peace of mind with an annual contract with The Water Specialist. We will inspect and service your septic system, clean the filters, and keep the system operational, so you don't have to worry.
For tips on how you can maintain and care for your septic system, read this article from the EPA: How to Care for Your Septic System