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Septic System Repair & Installation

septic system layoutYour septic system is one of the most vital components of your home. Without proper maintenance and inspection, however, it can become a huge problem. Septic backups and failures can have substantial and unpleasant results. Avoid the unsanitary mess of a broken septic system — T. Webber Plumbing offers complete septic system repair, inspection, and replacement Services.

Services:

Septic Drain Line Snaking– Remove clogs, grease, build up and debris

Septic Drain Line Jetting – Remove heavy build-up, tree roots and difficult obstructions

Septic Camera Inspection– We visually examine the insides of  your septic lines and leach field piping to determine their condition.

Septic Line and & Tank Location – Our experts determine the distance, depth and location of your underground septic lines and septic tank.

Distribution Box – We can dig up and inspect the distribution box to ensure it is structurally sound and free of obstruction. From this point we can also camera inspect the leach field piping to check for clogs, roots or standing water.

Percolation Tests – If your leach field system may be failing, we can perform a percolation test to measure the soil’s absorbency and determine a course of repair.

Septic Tank Replacement – When your tank is undersized, leaking or structurally compromised, we can excavate your old tank and install a new one.

Leach Fields Replacement– When the water from your septic tank can no longer be absorbed into the ground due to clogged leach field piping, we can excavate the underground piping and replace the complete system.

septic-tankSigns Of Septic Failure

  • Strong odors
  • Slow draining fixtures
  • Gurgling sounds
  • Soft wet patches in the yard
  • Green & Tall Stripped rows of grass

We specialize in concrete & poly septic tanks, infiltrator leach field systems, elgin leach field systems, raised beds, and pumping/dosing chambers. Our technicians are licensed and qualified, and our work is done in accordance to all municipal and county codes and regulations set by The Department of Health.