Casa Grande Septic Service
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Casa Grande Pumping Service Inc.

Casa Grande Pumping Service Inc. is a septic tank pumping and cleaning service company. We have been serving Greater Pinal County and Casa Grande, AZ since 1953. Family owned and operated, we offer 24 / 7 services to residential, commercial, and industrial septic system concerns. We also have an ADEQ certified inspector if you need septic inspections and repair. We also offer our complete and full service of Portable Toilets Rent A Can service throughout the Pinal County areas. We maintain the highest level of integrity and quality control.

FAQ:

HOW OFTEN DO I NEED TO PUMP MY SEPTIC TANK?
Regular pumping of your septic tank will extend the life of your septic system and protect your septic drainfield. The table below provides septic pumping recommendations as to how often you should have your septic tank pumped. For example, a 1,000 gallon septic tank used by two people should be pumped every 6 years. If there are eight people using a 1,000 gallon septic tank, it should be pumped yearly. It is also a good idea to have the septic tank pumped before a large gathering of people or more frequently if you use large amounts of cleaners or heavy use of a garbage disposal.


ESTIMATED MINIMUM SEPTIC PUMPING FREQUENCIES IN YEARS


Our septic pumping technicians will offer their suggestion for your next pumping after your initial septic service with us. We typically recommend pumping your septic tank every three years to reduce the risk of having any drainage problems or septic back-ups. A rule of thumb, if you do not remember the last time you had your septic tank pumped, it's time to do it again.


WHY DO SEPTIC SYSTEMS FAIL?
The most obvious septic system failures are easy to spot. Check for pooling water or muddy soil around your septic system. Notice whether your toilet, tub or shower drain backs up when you flush or do laundry. You may hear bubbling or gurgling sounds when you flush your toilets. You might also notice strips of bright green grass over the drain field. Septic systems also fail when partially treated wastewater comes into contact with groundwater. This type of failure is not easy to detect, but it can result in the pollution of wells, nearby streams, or other bodies of water.

Contact Casa Granded Septic & Pumping Service if any of these circumstances are true for your home.
A trained septic tank professional is always available to come check out your situation if you suspect such a septic failure. Septic tank failure causes vary drastically but most often include the introduction of "toxic" materials to the septic system or from overloading the septic system.

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