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Septic Tank Pumping
Septic Tank Pumping in Georgia
Did you know...
The state of Georgia recommends getting your septic tank pumped every 3 to 5 years. Just like changing the oil in your car, regular pumping of your septic tank will both extend the life of your septic system and save you money on costly repairs. RooterPLUS has been pumping septic tanks in Georgia for almost 30 years.
RooterPLUS is one of the leading plumbing companies performing septic systems inspection and maintenance in the Atlanta area.
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After you give us a call, we will locate your septic tank and uncover the access holes. You do not have to dig up your own tank!
Then, along with pumping your tank, we will inspect all aspects of your tank including the baffles, the mainline from your house to your tank, the tank itself, the tail-out line from your tank to your drain field, and your drain field as well.
Don't forget to ask us to install risers to your tank so it never has to be dug up again!
Frequently Asked Questions
Our certified technicians are very skilled at finding underground septic tanks. They look at the layout of your property, and then using a probe rod, probe the yard until they find your tank.
NO! "Flushable" wipes are one of the leading cause of septic issues. They do not breakdown like regular toilet paper.
Septic tanks are designed to always operate at normal capacity. The water industry estimates that a family of four uses about 400 gallons of water a day. It should not surprise you if your tank was pumped on Monday and it is full again by Wednesday.
Common signs of septic problems are sewage puddling in the yard, gurgling or slow to flush toilets, sewage smell in the yard, and water coming back up in a tub or shower drain.