"A Royal Flush Is Better Than A Full House!"

A septic system is a type of OWTS (On Site Water Treatment System), consisting of a septic tank that collects all the sewage. The sewage separates into a solid (sludge) that settles to the bottom, and a liquid effluent that then flows into a leach field for final treatment by the soil.


The size and frequency of pumping your system depends on the number of occupants in your home. Repairing or replacing a malfunctioning system due to many different factors can cost between $3,000 and $7,000 for a conventional system. Regular maintenance fees of $250 to $300 every three to four years is a much better price compared to the cost of repairing or replacing a malfunctioning system saving you lots of dough!


Many people don’t realize or see the sign of a bad septic tank until it’s much too late. If you are purchasing your first home it’s a good idea to learn the value of septic pumping service as well as the danger signs of a tank in trouble.