Get the Most Reliable Septic and Sewer Services for Your Home or Business

Our friendly staff is well-trained to handle any septic situation you may have.

An odor in your yard, spongy or bright-green grass, or backflow in your drains may indicate the need for septic pumping.

Whether it’s an urgent matter or simple routine maintenance, we will provide the best quality service and price possible. We are also proud of our excellent customer service – from answering questions to providing prompt feedback on your project status, Joe Johnson Septic Service strives for total satisfaction!

We understand that having a working septic system is essential for both residential and commercial properties.

Joe Johnson Septic Service cleaning out septic tank. Hand wearing disposable glove.

We are dedicated to provide top-notch services at competitive prices to ensure your peace of mind. We look forward to being your trusted partner in keeping your property clean and safe!

Septic System Repair

Septic Tank Pumping & Backflushing

Routine Septic Maintenance

Pumping for Septic Inspections

Septic System Q&A

Septic tank systems are affected by what goes down the drain. Many people flush things down the drain that do not break down. And that builds up. You may need to have your septic system pumped or checked by a professional if you have trouble flushing your toilet, your pipes make a gurgling sound or are draining very slowly, water starts to pool in your yard, or you notice a sewage like smell.

Generally, household septic tanks should be pumped every three to five years, while alternative systems with electrical float switches, pumps, or mechanical components should be inspected more frequently, once a year at minimum.

Inappropriate design or poor maintenance are responsible for most septic system problems. Pumping out the septic tank should be done once every three to five years as part of regular maintenance. Also, conserving water and products will make sure that the system doesn't have to work as hard and will prolong its life.

A septic system can last between 20 and 30 years if it is maintained properly. A variety of other factors can influence the lifespan of a septic system too, including the number of people using the system, the products you use and even the quality of your soil. An annual septic inspection can confirm that your septic system is in good working order and determine if it needs to be replaced.

Pre-Inspection Septic Pumping

Joe Johnson Septic Service securing septic cap in a backyard.

Having a septic inspection can protect you from future septic problems.

In addition to making sure the tank is operating at the proper level, pumping the tank will allow the inspector to visually inspect the tank walls, corners where walls and lid meet, seams, openings, and tank bottoms for cracks and leaks.

At Joe Johnson Septic Service, we provide pre-inspection septic pumping to ensure that you get the most out of your next septic inspection.