Quality Service - Competitive Pricing
Get this service done quickly, and efficiently by the experts at All-Around Septic Services Ltd. Need help finding your tank? We have the equipment to locate and excavate too. We understand how important it is to feel confident and worry free when it comes to the service we provide. Our dedicated teams attention to detail make us well prepared for any unique requests or special concerns our clients may have.
Septic System Evaluations
Full Reports Done By Experienced Technicians
The best way to know the condition of a septic system is to have it evaluated. This information will provide insight about the longevity of the system, find issues before they become costly repairs or replacements, and potentially revive failing systems. More frequently home owners request evaluations before putting their homes on the market.
Commercial Grease Traps
Flexible To Your Businesses Hours
Our services are not limited to residential, or the 9 to 5 of most because we recognize the importance of not disrupting your business' operations. With some planning we can ensure our services are done efficiently and create minimal impact on the regular customer flow. Be it one time, on-call, or as a scheduled recurring service.
Septic System Installation
ROWP Certified Designs
From start to finish - design, installation, and maintenance - we can do it all. Our experienced Registered Onsite Wastewater Practitioner (ROWP) will draft plans based on the unique locations and each clients specific needs. We even offer BioCycle wastewater treatment systems.
When do we need to get a pump out?
Why Get A Pump out?
The average family house hold of four will have a tank approximately 1000 Gallons in size. The tank is connected to a distribution box that disperses the fluids out to the septic field. What remains in the tank is the effluent or FOG layers (Fats, Oils, Grease). Naturally with use, over the years these layers will build up and eventually they will need to be cleaned out so not to clog the lines and potentially cause a back up. The industry standard recommends a pump out should happen every 5 to 7 years depending on use. Prolonged neglect could mean that wastes are getting into the septic field, killing the good bacteria that process the contaminants in the waste water.
For more information about best management of a septic system, contact us today or follow the link below for recommendations from Government of British Columbia's Ministry of Environment.
Watch the three part video series below to learn more.
1) How Septic Systems Work
This video, published by CRDVictoria, explains how your typical residential septic system works.
2) What Can Go Wrong ...
This video, published by CRDVictoria, explains what could potentially go wrong with your residential septic system if not properly maintained.
3) Operating and Maintaining
This video, published by CRDVictoria in 2013, explains the industry standards of residential septic system operation and maintenance.
(Edit: Industry standard practice today is to pump every 5 to 7 years).