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Whether you have a Residential or Commercial septic tank, you should have a typical septic system inspected at least every 3 years and your tank pumped every 3 to 5 years. 

We do repairs, replacements, new installations, and septic tank pumping.

Septic Tank Installation

A well-installed tank can be expected to last decades, while a poorly-installed tank can fail in as little as a few weeks.

Septic Lids and Risers Replacements

Damaged septic lids is not only hazardous for the environment. They can be dangerous, even fatal if stepped on.

Septic & Holding Tank Pumping

A typical septic system should be inspected at least every 3 years and the tank pumped every 3 to 5 years.

Septic Tank Inspections

While septic tanks generally provide reliable waste management, they need regular inspections and maintenance.

Experiencing a septic tank problem?

Emergency Septic Tank Service

Installation | Maintenance | Repair | Treatment

Whether you are building a new home or replacing the septic tank in an older one, A-1 Septic Tank Service, Inc. can help you with septic tank treatment, septic tank installation, septic tank inspection, and septic tank maintenance near San Francisco.

ABOUT SEPTIC SYSTEMS

Households that are not served by public sewers usually depend on a septic system to dispose of wastewater. There are many different types of septic systems designed to fit a wide range of soil and site conditions. These include mound systems, sand filter systems, and pressure distribution systems.

 

A standard septic system consists of two main parts; the septic tank and the leach field. Between the tank and the leach field is a distribution box that distributes wastewater to several absorption (leach) fields. Some locations depending on the time of installation may only have one absorption (leach) field.

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Septic Tank Articles

Septic System Guide - A Complete Overview for Homeowners

Septic System Guide – A Complete Overview for Homeowners

April 2, 2021

A septic system is a vital part of your home. It is an underground chamber that holds wastewater for basic treatment and sanitation. This system varies in size and design from one neighborhood to another, brought by factors such as household size, soil type, lot size, weather conditions, and local codes. But for the most […]

2 Common Septic Tank Myths to Watch Out For - Our Guide

2 Common Septic Tank Myths to Watch Out For – Our Guide

March 8, 2021

Compared to other parts of a home, septic systems can come off as a rather mysterious facet that has lead to many septic tank myths since not too many people understand them, and many others don’t dare come near them. Over time, you’ll learn to understand your septic tank bit by bit until you grasp […]

Septic Tank Installation - 3 Steps for Preparing Your Home for Independent Sewage

Septic Tank Installation – 3 Steps for Preparing Your Home for Independent Sewage

February 2, 2021

Homes around the country are looking for different ways to conserve resources and optimize energy. You can see this through the popularity of solar panels and the trend of energy-efficient designs. Besides energy management, you can also improve your other amenities like ventilation and sewage. A septic tank system gives you numerous benefits. It eliminates […]

3 Reasons Why You Should Schedule Regular Septic System Inspections

3 Reasons Why You Should Schedule Regular Septic System Inspections

December 15, 2020

Before buying or renting a new home, you typically look at more than the number of rooms or the walls’ color. Your home inspection probably includes a survey of things like the HVAC, appliances, and the septic tank. If you are buying a home with a built-in system, you should undoubtedly have an inspection before […]

5 Symptoms that Signal it's Time to Schedule Septic Tank Cleaning

5 Symptoms that Signal it’s Time to Schedule Septic Tank Cleaning

November 16, 2020

It’s only natural that the cost of a septic tank cleaning will come into play when considering whether or not to get one. Among other things, septic tanks are great for the environment. They use less energy, and the wastewater they pump doesn’t really cover long distances for processing. It’s no wonder that they have […]

A-1-Tank-Service-Prepare Your Septic System for Winter

6 Tips to Prepare Your Septic System for Winter

November 4, 2020

Your septic tank is one facet of your home that requires regular maintenance. Any clogs or issues can result in exceptionally messy problems, making a routine septic tank inspection essential. If you see any problems, it’s best to nip it in the bud. Doing this in the winter can be pretty challenging, which means you’ll […]

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