Septic Tank Pumping and Cleaning

Brian Stepule’s Fecal Ferry Sanitation Service

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Septic Tank Pumping and Cleaning

You can’t see your septic system but you know it works hard. When you flush your toilet it swirls around a bit and then the waste is gone. When you release water from your bathroom, kitchen, or laundry room, it exits your home and you never have to think about it again. Your septic system works hard to keep your home clean and sanitary. Regular septic tank pumping helps you remain confident that your system will continue working the way you need it to.

When your septic system stops doing its job, you think about sewage and sanitation even when you’d prefer to think about less stressful things. You worry over sewage backing up and re-entering your home. You think about diseases, contaminated groundwater, and strange odors in your back yard.

At Brian Stepule’s Fecal Ferry Sanitation Service, we recommend septic tank pumping because it helps keep your system functioning the way it should. When we perform a septic tank pumping, we clean out the build-up that occurs naturally in your system. It’s a simple, efficient process, but it minimizes your sewage problems so you don’t have to think about them anymore.

Your Septic System Works Overtime

We talk a lot about septic systems because we want you to understand how they work. The system buried in your backyard is a self-contained ecosystem. The sewage (aka septage) in your system naturally separates into three unique layers:

  • Sludge: Composed of the heaviest sewage so it sinks to the bottom
  • Effluent: Clear watery sewage that settles into a middle layer
  • Scum: Fatty oily layer that rises to the top

The effluent layer eventually flows into your leach field and drains into the ground. Microbes break down the sludge and scum but not completely. Eventually, they build up and affect your system’s functioning. Pumping cleans out the sludge and scum and eliminates the build-up before it causes a problem.

Septic Tank Pumping

When we pump your septic system, we remove the sewage and leave your system clean. Our experienced technicians do the work using our specially designed trucks. When we dispose of your sewage, we follow Connecticut Department of Public Health and Environmental Protection Agency regulations. We use only DPH and EPA compliant disposal sites.

    Meeting Our Customer’s Needs

    At Brian Stepule’s Fecal Ferry Sanitation Service, we always look for the most economical ways to restore your septic system to operating efficiency. Regular septic tank pumping and cleaning will save you time and money and minimize the chances of a septic system emergency.

    • New Septic Installations
    • Septic System Replacements
    • Septic and Sewer System Repairs
    • 24/7 Emergency Response
    • System Camera Inspections
    • Pumping and Cleaning
    • Preventative Inspections
    • Real Estate Inspections
    • Educational Presentations
    • Portable Restroom Services