Septic Tank Pumping

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Your onsite wastewater treatment system, more commonly referred to as a septic system, represents a significant investment worth protecting whether you are a homeowner, business owner, industrial facility or municipality. With proper care and routine septic tank pumping, your septic system can operate more efficiently and have a longer lifespan. Regular septic tank pumping also minimizes odor between services in your household or place of business. Even though septic tank cleaning is overlooked by many homeowners and businesses, it is far too important to neglect. United Site Services has provided homeowners and business owners in many parts of the country with reliable, cost-effective septic system maintenance for over 45 years. Our septic service technicians are qualified and trained to safely pump septic systems and keep your property tidy while we perform service. Our fleet is capable of handling any size septic tank cleaning need, small to large.

Contact our expert customer care team today for a septic tank pumping price at 1-800-TOILETS (864-5387).


Septic System Do's

  • Check with the local regulatory agency or inspector/pumper if you have a garbage disposal unit to make sure that your septic system can handle this additional waste.
  • Check with your local health department before using additives. Commercial septic tank additives do not eliminate the need for periodic pumping and can be harmful to the system.
  • Use water efficiently to avoid overloading the septic system. Be sure to repair leaky faucetsor toilets. Use high-efficiency fixtures.
  • Use commercial bathroom cleaners and laundry detergents in moderation. Many people prefer to clean their toilets, sinks, showers, and tubs with a mild detergent or baking soda.
  • Check with your local regulatory agency or inspector/pumper before allowing water softener backwash to enter your septic tank.
  • Keep records of repairs, pumpings, inspections, permits issued, and other system maintenance activities.
  • Learn the location of your septic system. Keep a sketch of it with your maintenance record for service visits.
  • Have your septic system inspected and pumped as necessary by a licensed inspector/contractor.
  • Plant only grass over and near your septic system. Roots from nearby trees or shrubs might clog and damage the drainfield.

Septic System Don’ts

  • Your septic system is not a trash can. Don’t put dental floss, feminine hygiene products, condoms, diapers, cotton swabs, cigarette butts, coffee grounds, cat litter, paper towels, latex paint, pesticides, or other hazardous chemicals into your system.
  • Don’t use caustic drain openers for a clogged drain. Instead, use boiling water or a drain snake to open clogs.
  • Don’t drive or park vehicles on any part of your septic system. Doing so can compact the soil in your drainfield or damage the pipes, tank, or other septic system components.
  • United Site Services provides septic tank pumping services.
  • Septic tank cleaning for commercial and residential customers.
  • Service performed by experienced, background checked technicians with the finest equipment in the industry from local branch locations near your neighborhood.
  • Prompt Service – our skilled technicians can be on site for same day emergency service (some restrictions apply).

septic system diagram

Septic system designs, configurations and regulations vary by region.

Use application: 
  • Residential Septic Services
  • Permanent Business Location Services
  • Municipal Services