Septic System Pumping Service
Septic systems are continually operating systems that should be serviced every two years by a professional like us. The frequency of the service does depend on the capacity of the unit and its usage. Septic systems are usually the responsibility of the owner and not the community. We serve Caldwell, Nampa, and the surrounding Treasure Valley.
Septic System Installs and Replacements
If your home is not hooked up to the city sewer system, you are probably on a septic system. This includes a septic tank and soil absorption system installed underground. There are a few different types of septic tanks available to you. Step one is to get a licensed professional out to give you a recommendation and a bid on installing or replacing your system.
Hydro-jetting is a method of cleaning out pipes with pressurized water. This method is unparalleled when dealing with tough clogs caused by tree roots or long-term build-up. An added bonus is that the water jet scours the inside of your pipes leaving them cleaner than before!
Tank Locating and Inspections
Because they are underground systems and the lid is usually buried, sometimes you may have trouble locating your septic tank. This can be a hassle and inconvenience when attempting to have it serviced. The simplest method for locating your tank is to hire someone to find it for you.
Inspections and Testing
Septic tank inspections are a great way for both technicians and owners to know what condition their septic tank is in. Here at Express Septic Pumping, we do a septic tank inspection with every pump we do. We think it is super important to keep our customers updated on the condition of their property.
Prevention is the best cure when it comes to septic tank troubles. Regular inspections will identify any potential issues in your septic system. There are multiple moving parts to a septic system, and if one fails, the failure will set off a domino effect of hassle and expense.
Enzyme treatments that you can easily add to your system once a month to keep it maintained. When they are mixed with water, they go to work to break down the waste into increasingly smaller sizes.