Septic Tank Pumping
Septic system needing some attention? At Jim’s Septic Service, Inc. we take care of your septic tank pumping and septic filter cleaning. We also pump grease traps. Save money on future repairs or replacements by making sure your wastewater treatment structures are maintained properly.
Septic Tank Maintenance
Pumping your tank at regular intervals can prevent costly and unpleasant sewage back-ups and leach field problems. Identifying issues while they are still easy to resolve can save you time and money. Wouldn’t it be nice to stop septic tank problems before they start? Make sure lingering problems are solved before they spiral into emergency repair situations.
New Septic System Installation
When septic systems begin to fail, your waste will start to seep into the groundwater. You may notice a foul odor (it’ll smell like sewage) or a squishy, moist lawn. The grass right over your tank or drain field might grow super lush and green because your waste actually fertilizes it. Other signs include: Standing water or dampness over your drain field or tank, sewage backing up into your home, slow-draining sinks, bathtubs or showers.
Time of Transfer Inspection
Iowa’s Time of Transfer (ToT) septic system inspection law requires that every home or building served by a septic system have that septic system inspected prior to the sale or deed transfer of the home or building. All inspections must be conducted by an inspector that has been certified by the Iowa DNR.
Exterior Commercial & Residential Water Jetting
Stubborn blockages clogging up the pipes? Water jetting might be the solution! We use high pressure water and a specialized nozzle to clear main lines that a cable machine can’t get open.
Commercial Grease Tank Pumping
Grease traps are amazing tools that help keep your establishment smelling great, so your customers keep coming back. They’re also often the biggest annoyance that restaurants face, especially if you forget to clean them on a regular basis.
When you experience an issue with your plumbing system or septic tank, you can’t just wait for regular business hours to call a service professional. You need immediate assistance from someone who knows what they’re doing and who can provide solutions for your home.