If you live in Alaska, there is a good chance your home or business has a septic tank to dispose of sewage. And, if you have a septic system, Alaska’s weather can be hard on it.
Our septic pumping trucks have the capacity to handle septic tanks of almost any size. We service residential homes, commercial, restaurant and multi-family housing.
75% of businesses in the area use septic tanks instead of municipal sewers. We want to save our customers money in the long run by keeping their septic systems running at their best, avoiding costly repairs and damage. A sewage backup can not only result in repairs but downtime for the business, costing them even more.
We can regularly service:
- Commercial Septic Tanks
- Holding Tanks
- Lift Stations
- Leach Tanks
A septic tank acts as a natural filter, capturing the solids and using the soil to remove harmful agents before the wastewater reaches the groundwater level. It doesn’t carry away solid waste like a city sewage system, anything that goes down the drain or into the toilet will end up in your septic tank. Over time, those items, plus solid waste, will build up at the bottom of the tank. When the solids level gets too high, they can block the flow into the drain field, and you might need expensive repairs.
As a result, your septic tank should be pumped regularly, anywhere from one to five years. Regularly scheduled septic pumping will keep your septic system running smoothly.