Welcome to the septic tank pumping service of Arlington Heights. Though our company is based in Arlington Heights, we service the surrounding suburbs all the way to the south side of Chicago. We appreciate you thinking of us when it comes to servicing and repairing your septic tank as we understand that there are other providers who also do good work, so we won’t take your business for granted. In addition to septic servicing, we also provide services for hydro jetting your pipes, sewer backup, sewer rodding, sewer clogs and installation of water filtration systems.
Your home is your treasure and we want to help you take good care of it, for that reason, we are available for emergency visits and weekend calls as well. Give us a call today to discuss your needs and how we can help!
Why Choose Septic Tank Pumping of Arlington Heights
- Put our years of knowledge and experience to work for you
- Our organization cares about protection – each of our technicians are fully licensed, bonded and insured
- If you need commercial wastewater treatment, we offer same day availability
- Service calls don’t always occur when convenient, this is why we offer emergency visits
- We don’t like faulty workmanship and don’t cut corners just to complete a job, our work is done the right way the first time
About Our Service
There is no job too big or too small for us, and there is no job we cannot handle. We carry all major equipment necessary to get the job done, whether it’s a simple pumping of a septic tank or a complete overhaul of a system, we’ve seen and done it all! Count on us to effectively assess your situation and locate the cause of the problem. Through asking a series of detailed questions, our staff will have a solid understand of what may be occurring with your system. From there, our process is simple and straightforward, we schedule a time to meet at your residence and, with the use of our equipment, we provide more feedback on what is occurring. Our aim is to always keep you informed of our progress at every milestone.
Backups can happen at any moment and not being able to use your plumbing is not an option, if you’ve encountered an emergency septic situation, we have a crew that is available to pump out your tank or at least get your system to a state of limited use until the proper repairs have been made. Call us with your emergencies!
What is a septic system and how does it work?
There are multiple ways a septic system can be connected to the plumbing of your home but there are two main components which are your septic tank and your drainfield. So you ask yourself, when I flush the toilet, where does the waste go?
Unlike city waste water that is connected to a central sewage system, septic systems are owned, managed and run individually from household to household. There is no sharing of city plumbing or systems to rid your home of waste. Fortunately, the process by where septic tanks gather and release waste is actually very simple and effective. The size of your septic tank is usually dependent on the size of your home, specifically, the number of rooms in your home. All waste water exiting your home ends up in your septic tank – toilets, showers, sinks, dishwashers, washing machines, etc. It all gets pushed through your plumbing with the use of gravity.