To pump your septic tank, you will need to expose your septic lid. If unsure where the septic tank is, we offer a tank location service, using a camera. Sometimes our experts can locate your septic tank without a camera but only if the placement follows the standard rules (usually the septic tank is located by the master bathroom).
When a yard is overly wet and mushy, we often find it is because the septic field lines have become clogged with dirt, or in some cases, with sewage that has seeped from an overly full septic tank. While doing a septic field flush, we use high-pressure water jetters to dislodge any dirt and blockages and are often able to correct the problem.
Sometimes the sewer lines entering and exiting the septic tank can get clogged with fats, oils and grease. We offer high-pressure line flushing to clear all the caked-on material and ensure that the wastewater flows freely to each component of the system. Ask us about our line flushing service by giving us a call today at 604-534-8242 or send us a message!
Septic field flush
High-pressure septic line flushing
Perimeter drain services
Septic and holding tank cleaning
R.O.W.P. services (Registered Onsite Wastewater Practitioner)
Septic system camera location services
Liquid waste removal (flooding and water removal)
Enzyme products available