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Commercial Sewer or Ejector Tank Pump Repairs

If there is a problem with your sewer or ejector tank pump, the situation can quickly become serious. That’s why it’s important to reach out to a professional as soon as possible for the repairs you need. A-1 Septic Tank Service is here to provide you with the best, safest, and most efficient solutions for all of your tank pump needs. Whether you need routine maintenance or quick repairs for your commercial property, we can help.

Common Sewer and Ejector Tank Pump Issues

  • You smell an unusual odor. If you smell an odor like sewer gas anywhere in your commercial space, you may have a clogged vent somewhere. It could also be a sign that you have a sewer backup.
  • The lift station alarm is going off. The lift station is one of the most important components of your sewer system. If you hear the alarm, this could mean that the lift station has lost power, or that the float switch is malfunctioning.
  • You have a sewer backup. If your sewer pump is failing to discharge water, either because of a power failure or a malfunction, it can lead to a hazardous sewer backup in your commercial space.

What to Do if You Have a Pump Problem

If you suspect that there may be a problem with your sewer or ejector tank pump, it’s important to act right away. The sooner you resolve any potential issues with your tank pump, the less likely it is that you will end up having to deal with a major sewer line problem—and the extensive damage it can cause.

You might be tempted to try to fix the problem yourself, but this is never a good idea. If you don’t have the experience and knowledge necessary to repair a sewer or ejector pump safely, you could risk exposing yourself to a serious health hazard—and you might end up making the problem worse. It’s always best to rely on a qualified professional to fix your pump problem.

About Our Company

A-1 Septic Tank Service has been serving the greater San Francisco Bay Area since we first opened our doors in 1953. Our team provides a wide array of services, including repair and maintenance for your sewer or ejector tank pump. We are a family-owned and operated company, and we offer 24-hour emergency service to ensure that our customers can always count on us! To get a free estimate on your repair, call (510) 886-4455.