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Septic Tank Repair

You can trust our experienced technicians at Alabama Septic Tank Services to give you honest and fair feedback about your septic tank system. If you are experiencing issues with your septic tank malfunctioning, Alabama Septic Tank Services will always do our best to identify potential repair options before suggesting a complete replacement.

Alabama Septic Tank Services is honest and committed to providing you with quality services. We will never recommend installing a new system unless it is absolutely necessary and we will never sell you services you don’t need. Don’t think the worst -- let Alabama Septic Tank Services experts take the fear out of septic tank repair for you and your family. 

Signs that your septic tank may need a repair include

Sewage backing up into your home

Pooling or excess water around your septic tank or other areas of your yard

Pooling or excess water in your basement

Slow draining from bathtubs, showers, or sinks

A bad smell around your septic tank or drain field

Abnormally green grass around your septic tank or drainfield

Loud, gurgling sounds in your pipes

Alabama Septic Tank Services technicians are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to diagnose and repair issues with your septic tank. It is important for the homeowner to be present when our technicians arrive to diagnose an issue -- we want you to be a part of the process and to understand what is happening with your septic tank system.

There are many different repairs that can be performed that do not include installation of a completely new system.

Some common issues with septic tank systems include:

Issues with Field Lines -- Broken or clogged field lines are a common issue with septic tanks, especially if you are not having your septic tank pumped on a regular basis. Our technicians are trained to repair and replace field lines as needed

Broken or damaged lids -- A simple new lid installation is all that is needed

Replacing bacteria inside the septic tank in order to make the biodegradation process more efficient

Septic tank pump replacement -- septic tanks with field lines that sit higher than the tank itself require pumps in order to push the waste up out of the tank into the field lines. These pumps last on average for about 10 years and may need to be replaced. 

Complete septic tank removal and installation -- this is always our last resort and only recommended if completely necessary. If your home or your septic tank system are more than 30 years old, it is likely you will need a new tank and the surrounding infrastructure installed in order to make your system more efficient and compliant with current code laws. 

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Alabama Septic Tank Services
1013 Tall Oaks Cir
McCalla, AL 35111

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