We can help repair, maintain or replace your septic tank or grease trap
Septic tanks and grease traps are part of a septic system, which are small-scale sewage treatment systems in areas lacking connections to main sewage pipes provided by government or private corporations. Septic tanks and grease traps each plays a separate role in the system, helping it to work successfully.
Plumbers 911 can refer you to a contractor in your area, who is knowledgeable in these systems.
What is a septic tank?
A septic tank is a concrete chamber located underground where wastewater flows into for basic treatment. The treatment includes separating solid material from liquids. The water is then drained off into a leach field.
What is a grease trap?
A grease trap is a plumbing device, which cuts off fat, oils and grease (FOG) before they reach the septic tank. Large amounts of FOG can clog up a septic tank, resulting in costly repairs or the installation of a new septic tank.
Repairing or replacing your septic tank or grease trap
If your septic tank is malfunctioning, call Plumbers 911 so we can refer you to an area plumber experienced in this field.
Rest assured, our contractors will do everything they can to repair your existing septic tank or grease trap. However, if the problem cannot be fixed, our contractors can replace your septic tank to ensure the health and safety of your family.
Likewise, our expert plumbers can work to repair grease trap issues. If your grease trap is beyond repair, they can can install a new trap.
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