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What we offer

Services without limits

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Why Choose Us

Septic Pumping

The State Recommendation for pumping a septic tank in Georgia is every three to five years. Georgia’s Clean Water Campaign recommends having a septic system inspected every three years. Any contractor or client recommending anything else doesn’t understand how important it is for the function of the septic system to have the solids removed from the tank and have a knowledgeable contractor ‘put eyes’ on a system to ensure long-term function. Seasoned contractors can often automatically know upon probing and digging over a septic tank and field if the tank has been properly maintained. An unmaintained tank can ruin soil, with some small residential lots unable to percolate, making the residence unsuitable for habitation until other means of handling the human waste is resolved by the property owner. The tighter the conditions for repair, the more costly the repair. Pumping and inspecting a tank protects your property investment long-term. Keeping a tank pumped saves thousands in the long run for most people. Septic Systems are built for maintenance and servicing, not merely to set and forget.

Pumping is the most expensive aspect of this industry for several reasons, and it tends to be most needed on a seasonal (wetter and colder weather) basis. From high fuel costs, wear and tear on heavy equipment to rising dumping fees, pumping costs are on an upward trend, and have been progressively climbing in all areas of this industry. We work hard to help our clients, being honest and fair with necessary price changes.

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Field Line Repair

Suggested Video: Field Line Install Video

The most expensive part of the septic system is the leech/field line. Its the line that absorbs all of the excess water that flows through the septic tank. The hardest part of the septic installation for a contractor is the field line. The field line has to be installed laser-level, with the existing grade, into site specific, tested soil with an acceptable water percolation rate. Most drain fields work from gravity (known as a “passive” system) and so depth, fall and grading all have to be taken into account. An otherwise perfectly installed septic system can still have chronic issues if the grading over the field line allows water to pool over it after a rain. A chronically backed up septic system needs to be looked at from all angles to see if it can be remediated or if it needs to be replaced. Many septic systems that one contractor will ‘Fail’ upon inspection can be remediated permanently by another contractor more skilled in a specific type of remediation. Not all ‘Failed” systems can be remediated and some will need to be replaced, but most can be remediated after what appears to be an initial ‘failure’ upon inspection.


Suggested Video: Sewer Jetting

Suggested Video: Field Line Jetting

Jetting is a service that we offer for clogged sewer lines and some field lines. Jetters are best used by snaking from the tank or a sewer clean-out outside of a residence/structure toward the oncoming blockage or clog; this minimizes chances of overflow inside the structure. Jetting is superior to older methods of ‘roto-rooting’ as it uses water pressure to dissolve a clog without a metallic cable hitting against a plumbing pipe like a rooter cable can. Jetting is preferable for unstopping a sewer line. It tends to be quick and efficient at clearing sewer lines in the majority of cases.

Septic Repair

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For a variety of reasons, septic systems fail. Sometimes a septic system failure can be caused by human error, a natural act-of-God event such as a flooding rain or other environmental causes like plant rooting in a sewerseptic tank or leech field. Whatever the causes of system failure we have the experience to deal with the many issues facing septic within our local market. We’ve seen and done a lot within this industry.

We work with you and the county

Suggested Video: 1. Video It is our desire to work with you and on your behalf with all necessary permitting to ensure accountability of work.

Hero Doesn’t Discriminate

If you are having a backup, we do not discriminate against anyone based on any precondition – give us a call. The only customers that we will not work for are those who do not wish to pay for legitimate services rendered.


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