At All Septic & Sewer, we believe in providing Washington residents with professional and reliable septic and sewer services.
Our team of experts is proud to serve King, Pierce, and Thurston counties, and we believe in offering 100% customer satisfaction on every job we do. As an industry-leading member of our community, we have made it our responsibility to learn everything there is to know about septic and sewer repair and installation.
When you work with our professional technicians, you will have access to a wealth of service types, including:
- Septic System Inspection
- Septic System Repairs
- Drain Field Repairs
- Sewer Installs and Repairs
- Septic System Installs
- Storm Water Management
Learning the best ways to care for your septic system is a crucial process for homeowners if you want to keep your system in good working condition.
To ensure your septic system is performing correctly, you should enlist our team of professionals to perform regular maintenance at least once every 3–5 years. During these inspections, your septic tank will undergo routine pumping. If pumping does not occur on a semi-regular basis, too much solid material will collect inside of the tank and eventually clog up your pipes, drain field, and rock beds.
Lift stations will also be cleaned and pumped during the inspection to remove any grease that may have formed on the walls or floats.
If you’re interested in selling your home, a current septic system inspection is preferred. Many potential buyers will look to your inspection records to ensure the system has been adequately cared for and is in good working condition.
When it comes to performing septic system repairs, you should always trust the professionals. With more than 20 years of experience, the dedicated team at All Septic & Sewer can help you pinpoint any problems and recommend vital repairs.
Whether you’ve been using an increased amount of water or it’s been too many years since your last inspection, there’s a good chance your septic system could use an overview.
Without proper care, you could be facing a full system breakdown that’s stressful and expensive to repair. If you’re noticing any of the following signs of septic system failure, it’s crucial to speak with an expert in the field:
- Water/Sewage is backing up inside of your home.
- A collection of green, spongy grass surrounding your septic tank.
- There are trees or shrubs located near your septic tank.
- Your soil isn’t absorbing water correctly, and it’s pooling in your yard.
- You’ve noticed a sewage smell in or around your home that’s similar to rotten eggs.
- Drains and toilets are draining slowly.
Your drain field is a crucial component within your overall septic system. Without a properly working drain field, water cannot be absorbed the way it needs to be for it to move throughout your septic system’s pipes freely.
When problems occur, and water begins to back up, it can lead to devastating results. All Septic & Sewer will work diligently to rejuvenate your drain field if there are issues. We believe that a full drain field replacement should be at last resort, and more often than not, we can have things back to proper working order without any further issues.
If there are problems within your system, you will begin to notice signs of drain field failure. These include gurgling sounds, standing water, and slow drainage. Upon the first notice of these signs, it’s essential to contact our septic system specialists for a free, on-site evaluation.
From decommissioning septic systems to extending sewer lines, All Septic & Sewer has the knowledge and experience needed for reliable sewer installs and repairs.
For more than 20 years, our company has served as a leading member of the sewer system industry. Each member of our team has been thoroughly trained to ensure Washington homeowners have the assistance they need when it comes to taking care of their sewer systems.
Whether you’re experiencing backflow problems, standing water, or a sudden increase in your water bill, these are all signs your sewer system needs to be repaired. Some of the most common problems with sewage systems involved breakages, deterioration of pipes, root growth, corrosion, and the separation of joints.
Using high-grade materials and unmatched expertise, our professional technicians will have your system running smoothly again before you know it! Not only are our state-of-the-art services impressive; however, they’re also cost-effective and reliable.
Installing a new septic system at your home is no easy task. That’s why it’s vital to have the right team of sewage and septic specialists to get the job done right.
For decades, the All Septic & Sewer team has been providing King, Thurston, and Pierce County homeowners with streamlined septic system installation services. We’re able to provide residents with innovative designs, septic system care information, and system drawings based on the specific county in which you reside.
Our septic system design team will assist you in selecting every component of your system installation, including:
- Tank Size
- Absorption System Size
- Basic Design Notes
- Tank Location
- Tank Retention Time
- Drain Field Size
Residents of Pierce and Thurston counties must have septic system designs approved by the local health department. Our specialists can help you manage this process to ensure all the appropriate forms and information are provided.
If you’re ready to install a septic system, you deserve a team of professionals who are guaranteed to do it right!
Most often, when light rain and snowstorms occur, the resulting water is absorbed directly into the soil. More torrential rain and snow, on the other hand, can yield devastating results if not managed appropriately.
At All Septic & Sewer, we are proud to offer Washington homeowners a variety of storm water management solutions to reduce flooding and pollutants from overtaking land and streets. Using management options such as underwater infiltration trenches and clean water catch basins, the amount of storm water runoff can be better controlled.
As storm water can carry harmful toxins and pollutants, it’s vitally important to control the amount that floods our street systems and enters our lakes and rivers.
By hiring an experienced team of storm water management specialists, you will be able to install reliable systems that work to improve water quality and prevent the possibility of standing water.
Find Out More About Our Washington Sewer And Septic System Specialists
Installing and maintaining sewer and septic systems on your home or business property is crucial. Without the right types of equipment or necessary repairs, you could be looking at costly and damaging problems down the road.
If you hire All Septic & Sewer, our elite team of septic and sewer technicians will assist you in planning out your systems and keeping them in good working condition.