Emergency Septic Service
Have a septic system emergency?
Our Emergency Septic Service
How do you know if your septic system is having issues?
At first you will observe slow flushing toilets or hear a gurgling sound, especially from the toilets closest to where the septic pipe exits the home. This indicates the septic tank is becoming overfull or a clog is beginning to form.
A slowly flushing toilet or gurgling sound will continue until a backup into the home happens from the clog fully forming or the septic tank becoming too overfull.
These septic issues should never happen more than once.
A clogged pipe is fixed by snaking out the line from the septic tank. If you have a problem with clogs, there are remedies you can use to prevent future clogs — visit our Do Not Flush Rules page.
A clogged filter or a clogged drainfield is the result of an incorrect maintenance plan for the septic system.
Don’t worry — we will help.
Achieving your goals.
Our septic maintenance plans prevent your septic filter from clogging and more importantly prevent the clogging of your drainfield.
Your goal is to not have to worry about your septic system, and we take care of that by updating you with notifications throughout the whole service process, sending reminders for future service and by extending the lifespan of your septic system.
Why Choose Grant’s Septic Techs?
If you are experiencing a septic emergency then that means your system is currently on the incorrect maintenance plan.
Since 1961 our family has perfected our maintenance process to prevent small issues like pipe clogs and large issues like a clogged drainfield. We have seen every single type of septic issue over the years so BEFORE you start thinking the worst, call us for a free over-the-phone evaluation.
You are welcome to pay online, through mail or in person. We take credit cards, check, ACH or cash. Whichever payment works best for you is fine with us.