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24-Hour Emergency Services
SAME DAY REQUEST - AFTER HOUR REQUEST - 2 HR RESPONSE TIME
Our team can pump, clean, or empty septic tanks, grease traps, sewage ejector tanks, and sewer lines 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you have a septic tank emergency, don’t hesitate to contact us.
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Common Emergency Calls
Experiencing a septic tank problem?
When you call A-1 Septic Tank Service, you’ll speak to a live person who will explain the pricing for your emergency and the necessary work that will be performed. Emergency service is more expensive, so we’ll tell you if the work you need can wait for an appointment during our regular business hours. Pricing for emergency septic tank services is determined by the scope of the job, the time of day, and the day of the week.
If we determine that you are experiencing a genuine emergency, we’ll dispatch our team to your building right away. Once we’ve diagnosed the problem, we’ll provide you with quick and efficient repairs, making sure to clean up any waste that has accumulated.
Your Drains and Toilets Are Backing Up
One sure indication that you are in need of emergency septic repair is when you start to notice that the drains and toilets around your property are beginning to back up into your home. When your drains are backing up with septic waste, they may start to emit a foul, sulfurous odor. To protect your family from exposure to the hazardous septic waste, you will need to have your backup repaired immediately.
Your Drain Field Is Flooding
In certain cases, emergency septic problems may not appear on the interior of the home. If you start to notice excessive amounts of water pooling in the drain field around your septic tank, this is a sign that there is something seriously wrong with your septic tank. If your septic tank becomes clogged or otherwise compromised, it can start to spill raw sewage into the surrounding drain field.