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Septic Tank Services
Looking for a septic tank services team that takes pride in what they do and how they do it? As a third-generation business operating since 1959, Byers Septic Tank Service is just that. The work we do, we do well, with respect for our customers and their property. When you need emergency care or regular septic tank services, contact the team at Byers.
For prompt assistance, give us a call today.
Septic Tank Pumping Services
When the team from Byers Septic Tank Service arrives to pump out your septic tank, the first thing they will do is locate the access lid to your tank (usually a plastic, fiberglass, or concrete cover). Then the pumping begins, which tends to last about half an hour, depending on tank size. Pumping may also involve some cleaning of the septic tank, especially where larger amounts of grease and solid waste are encountered.
After pumping, we get everything back to looking how it was before we arrived and dispose of the waste at the county wastewater treatment center. This whole process usually takes less than an hour on-site, unless there are complicating factors.
Are you ready to get your septic tank pumped? Get in touch to schedule a time for our trucks to come to you.
Septic Tank Inspection Service
Are you concerned that your septic tank may be in need to repair or replacement? Don’t make plans until you have had your system thoroughly inspected by a qualified professional. If you have an emergency situation, we will do everything we can to be with you on the same day. Give us a call to schedule septic tank services in now.
Emergency Septic Tank Services – Residential and Commercial
How can you know if your septic system is in need of attention? Here are some signs to look for. Unfortunately, when many of these things happen, you won’t have much time to get your septic tank serviced, so keep our number handy!
- Visual Inspection
- In the case of septic systems with easy-to-access tanks, owners can go check the level of sewage in the tank themselves. Of course, this is not very helpful if you don’t know what it looks like for your septic tank to be “full.”
- Backed-Up or Gurgling Drains
- This is a commonly occurring sign of a backed up septic system. When plunging doesn’t seem to help, it is entirely possible that the backup in your toilet is caused not by the toilet itself but by the septic tank needing service.
- Many systems are equipped with alarms, whose function is to indicate a mechanical failure in the tank. If you hear an alarm on your septic tank going off, it may mean that you have had a pump system failure. Give us a call quickly to get your system examined.
Septic System Repair & Replacement
If you have a septic system to handle sewage disposal, there will be times repair or even replacement will be needed. For quick evaluation and help, give us a call today. Or click below to learn more about what’s involved in keeping your septic system operating at its best.
Septic Tank Installation
Byers Septic Tank Service is an expert in planning and installing septic tanks and entire septic systems for our clients. If you are looking to build a new septic system on your residential or commercial property, we have the experience, expertise, and resources to do everything from studies and permits through to installation. Contact us to get started.
Same-Day Emergency Septic System Services for the Area
Like with all home emergencies, septic systems don’t schedule their breakdowns at convenient times. If you have a septic system emergency, don’t hesitate to give us a call. We promise to get to you as soon as we can – usually within a day.