A+ Septic Pumping, Cleaning & Repair is your source for commercial and residential Leander Septic Tank Pumping. We also provide industrial septic pumping and grease trap repair in Leander, TX. When you need your septic system fixed fast and done right at a fair price, we are the company to contact. Call 512-740-5513 to schedule septic service in Leander, TX.
A+ Septic Pumping, Cleaning & Repair provides fair prices, professional septic pumping services and top of the line equipment to residents and businesses in Leander and the Central Texas area.
Leander Septic Tank Pumping
Why Choose A+ Septic Pumping, Cleaning & Repair?
- Our office staff is extremely knowledgeable, experienced and helpful.
- We can answer your in depth questions anytime you need them. Just ask.
- We believe customers deserve the very best service for their money, so that is what we provide.
- The technicians we employ are some of the top trained technicians in the Central Texas Area.
- We utilize up to date and modern equipment.
Have questions? We have answers.
Call 512-740-5513 to schedule septic service in Leander, TX.
Why do I need to pump my septic tank?
The waste in your septic tank that is not decomposed by the anaerobic digestion must at some point be removed from the septic tank. If your septic tank fills up the wastewater containing material that is not decomposed will discharge into the drainage field. This is bad for the environment. The overflow of sludge can also clog the leach field piping. The overflow of sludge from the septic tank can decrease soil porosity. This could require costly repairs.
A septic tank is emptied by vacuuming out all of the sludge that has accumulated in the tank. The sludge is pumped out by a vacuum truck. How often a septic tank should be pumped really depends on the size of the tank, the amount of waste entering the tank and temperature. Other factors are system characteristics and the requirements of the relevant authority.
Some health authorities may require the septic tanks be emptied on a set schedule. Other health authorities may leave it up to the decision of an inspector. Some systems require pumping every couple of years or sooner. Other systems may be able to go 10–20 years between septic pumpings. Anaerobic decomposition starts rapidly when a septic tank is refilled.