We’ve been #1 at #2 since 1952.
We’re Experts At Working With And Helping You Maintain Your Septic System.
We’ve been pumping septic systems longer than any other provider in the Snohomish, Skagit, Island, King, and Whatcom counties of Washington state.
Let’s face it, your septic system is probably not something you think about too often. It’s simply something that’s supposed to work – out of site and out of mind! Unfortunately that’s not always the case. Sometimes trouble by way of your overfull or neglected septic system finds you – when you least expect it!
In those cases it’s best to call us immediately at 1-800-551-5570 so we can immediately dispatch one of our highly trained members to fix your septic problem.
Our team, along with our advanced equipment and shiny red trucks, will take care of your septic issue professionally, affordably, and safely.
Here’s how to avoid a backed-up septic system:
Because your septic system is not a visible part of your home you probably don’t concern yourself with it too often. Unfortunately this can lead to “surprises”. It’s best to proactively pump your septic system before it becomes a problem.
On average you should have your septic system inspected once every three years. This way you can be assured that you will continue to enjoy the benefits of a healthy septic system and a healthy home. However, if you have a more complicated septic system that contains a submersible pump you should consider having your system inspected annually.
We Want To Help You Keep Your Septic System Healthy
Give us a call today or fill out our quote request form. It’s best to be proactive rather than wait for problems to occur
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