septic tankSeptic Tank Pumping

At Prospect Septic Service, we employ a team of certified and experienced technicians for residential, commercial and industrial septic service. Having been in the business for over 6 years we are able to service our customers in stressful and undesirable situations.

RV and Watercraft Septic Pumping

If you have a RV and can’t move it, we can provide pumping service for you. Cleaning an RV septic tank requires a special connection so your waste tank doesn’t get vacuumed flat in the process.

We can provide pump-out service to ships or pleasure crafts of all sizes as well!

Septic System Repairs
Does Your System Need a Repair?
Below could be a list of indications that your system needs repairs :

1. Backups – Problems with a septic system may surface as a backup in the drains and toilets. This generally looks like a black or dark liquid that collects at the bottom of the toilet or in the kitchen or bathroom sinks or tubs. This could be the result of a blockage in the pipe that connects your house to the septic tank, it could be a blockage in your tank or it could even be a septic field bed malfunction. Our knowledgeable staff can help you diagnose the cause of your backup.

2. Pump Alarms – Whenever your high float alarm is activated you can't ignore it, if you do you are putting your self at-risk of having a sewage backup. Your problem may be as small as a faulty pump, pump float, or may be as serious as a field malfunction.

3. Slow Drain – When even cleaning products don’t help to clear slow drains in the sinks and toilets, this could be a symptom of a problem with the septic system. There may be the beginning of a sewage backup into the plumbing of the house, causing the slow drainage of water.

4. Surface Water – Septic systems that are experiencing problems sometimes have water on the ground above them. This can resemble a swampy area with appx an inch of water on it. Excessive surface water can put a strain on your septic system and cause your system to fail. Solving these problems can be as simple as installing a French drain or a ditch.

5. Green Grass – A lush, green lawn is often sought after, except when it is in only one spot: over the absorption field of a septic system. A problematic septic system might expose itself through liquid bubbling up through the soil, thus helping the grass to stay extra green. A septic system that is healthy generally has the liquid heading downward.

6. Bacteria in Drinking Water – Septic system problems may expose themselves in the drinking water from a well. A bad odor in well water could be a sign that the liquid from the septic system is in the well water, from leakage either below or above the surface. This can be confirmed by water tests.

Septic Tank Effluent Filter Systems

An effluent filter provides critical protection to your field bed by keeping it free and clear of solids. By keeping the solids in the septic tank, your treatment or disposal system will not be harmed.
We are able to retrofit your existing septic tank with a sludge and scum filter that will suit the unique needs of your home system.
Solids entering the septic field significantly reduce the life of the field, resulting in premature failure of the entire system so an effluent filter makes a lot of sense.
This is a effluent filter, effective in reducing particle size to 1/16 of and inch!
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Septic Tank Riser Lids

NO MORE DIGGING! A septic tank riser is a simple and important upgrade to an older septic system. All new septic systems include risers that brings access to you septic tank to ground level. Of course the real advantage of this is that you no longer have to dig up your lawn to gain access to clean the septic tank or effluent filter .
Trying to locate an underground septic tank can be difficult and labour intensive and a riser can solve this problem once and for all. This above ground access point can be an excellent investment for your home and can save lots of time, physical work, and aggravation.

The Prospect Septic Service Plan
How it all works . . .
When we pump your septic tank for the first time our experienced service technicions will take notes about the key indicators of your septic system such as size, load, location, age and it's overall condition.  With the information we collect, we are able to schedule customized servicing and  preventative maintenance should you choose to do so.

Locating and Digging of Tanks

Changes in occupancy can lead to loss of knowledge regarding the septic tank and field bed location. For regular maintenance, or in the event of an emergency, it is important to know where your tank in located. If you don’t know where your septic tank is located, the team at Prospect Septic can help locate and dig your tank for you.

Septic System Inspections

If you are working with a reputable Realtor they will recommend that when purchasing a home (with a septic system) that the system be pumped out and fully inspected as a condition of the Offer to Purchase. Having the home's septic system inspected before the sale is a critically important so you know what you are purchasing.
We inspect the field bed, pipework and tank during inspections so you can rest assure your system will have a thorough examination. Also, Regular inspection could help prolong the life of your septic system, saving you money in repairs or replacement, and reducing the risk of developing a health hazard through wastewater back-up or surface leaking.
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