J&J Liquid Waste Services LLC
"From regular maintenance to major repairs, our environmental technicians are ready to provide all of your septic and sewer needs."
Septic tank cleaning:
We recommend that your septic tank be pumped every 3 to 5 years to prevent your system from failing and causing you costly repairs. If your entire home is backing up, it's more than likely you have gone too long since your last septic tank cleaning. Over time your septic tank accumulates solid wastes which is slowly broken down by bacteria. This process allows your tank to continue functioning for years; however, even with this process solids accumulate and can eventually impact your tank with thick solid sludges. Over time these solids can over run into the drain field of your septic system and cause irreversible damage.
"If you do not regularly pump your septic tank, you will eventually have a back up in your home, and more often than not, at the least convenient time."
"The best way to maintain your Septic system is by the physical removal of wastes through a septic tank pumping, every 3 to 5 years."
If you have recently purchased a home or are in the process of buying a home we highly recommend getting a septic inspection from J&J. Septic systems are typically out of sight and out of mind, meaning most people don't think about their septic system until its backing up in their yard or even worse, your home! Save yourself the trouble and high costs, and know what you're getting ahead of time.
Riser and Lid Installation:
Many new and existing septic systems in the upstate are installed without tank risers. South Carolina code does not require you to have a riser on your septic tank, but having access to your tank has many advantages. When J&J installs a riser and tank lid to your system you will save money on your regular pumping service. Riser Lids mean no more digging up your yard, and allows you to quickly diagnose and monitor the functionality of your system. Septic tank riser kits can be installed at a height of your choosing, making them easier to blend in with landscaping, and can be mulched over.