Buzzell Plumbing, Heating, and Air provide septic tank services to our residential and industrial customers. There are several protocols and requirements to be implemented to ensure the quality of compliant septic tank operations. Buzzell acknowledges industry and local authorities’ requirements to minimize costs and reduce system downtime.
Septic Tank Pumping
Buzzell will check the inlet and outlet tees for damage during the process. Damaged inlets and outlet tees will be replaced to ensure that there are no complications. The role of the inlet and outlet tees is to direct the wastewater to the bottom of the tank, preventing the solids from spreading to the absorption field. If an effluent filter is present, the filter will be washed and reinstalled. Any repair work performed on an on-site sewage management system requires a repair permit from the county health department. The county environmental health specialist can assist homeowners with an evaluation of the system to determine repair options.
Note: Buzzell provides detailed documentation on the condition of the septic tank and the work performed. Homeowners should keep all maintenance records for their septic tank.
- $375 – $575 for 1,250 – 1,500-gallon tank
- $400 – $675 for 1,750 – 2,000-gallon tank
- $250 for trip and tractor on site.
- $150 per hour to locate tank.
- $30 to dump waste.