Having your septic system pumped can seem daunting for those who have never had it done before, so we want to make the process as easy and convenient as possible. We’re committed to getting the work done quickly while getting the job done right.
Before we arrive, be sure there is enough room in your driveway for our truck, as well as no obstacles between the septic lid and the driveway. Sometimes, if the septic lid is located further out, the truck will need to be parked in the yard, close enough that we can reach the septic tank with our pump. If you don’t know where your septic lid is located, don’t worry, we’ll find it for you!
The Day of Your Appointment
Once the septic lid has been located, we’ll use a small excavator to dig up the tank. From there, the process is simple – we pump your septic system and clean it out! This process usually takes one to two hours. During this time, you can go about your own business while we work. While we do our best to minimize as much smell as possible, we are, at the end of the day, still dealing with a full septic system. So you can expect some unpleasant smells to waft through the air.
Once we’re done though, the smell will go away quickly, so you don’t have to worry about a lingering odor. Closing all windows will help reduce how much odor enters your home. And, as long as we know where your septic system is located, we can take care of it all without you being there.
Feel free to go about your normal day – we’ve got this covered! After all, septic tank pumping and cleaning is what we’re here to do in Dallas and Woodstock, GA.