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Septic Services

Septic Tank, Residential Grease Trap Pumping and Line Jetting

A. L. Lowder, Inc. has been a trusted name in the septic tank industry for decades. Our service technicians are highly knowledgeable about everything that goes into septic tank pumping. Whether we’re on your property for residential or commercial septic services, our employees will treat you with absolute courtesy and professionalism.

Grease Traps protect the wastewater that goes into community sewer systems by keeping the grease separate. Our team can provide on-site grease trap cleaning services to give you a fresh start. We will ensure the proper function of your grease trap and keep it in the best shape to continue running efficiently for years to come.

We have trained waste water and sludge abatement specialists who go out of their way to make sure you have the best service at reasonable prices.  We work with local municipalities, commercial industries and home owners.  We have recently added new equipment that expands our pumping service with line jetting capability. 

How do I know if my septic tank needs pumping?

✓ Lush patch of ground or a soggy spot in your yard.

✓ Unusual sewer smell coming from the area near your tank.

✓ If you cannot remember the last time it was pumped.

How can I locate my Septic System?

✓ Look on your home’s “as built” drawing.

✓ Check your yard for lids and/or manhole covers.

✓ Contact a septic system service provider to help you locate it.

How often should I pump my Septic tank?

1000 Gallon Septic Tank

  • 1 person – Every 12 Years
  • 2 people – Every 6 Years
  • 4 People – Every 3 Years
  • 6 People – Every 2 Years
  • 8 People – Every Year

1500 Gallon Septic Tank

  • 1 person – Every 19 Years
  • 2 people – Every 9 Years
  • 4 People – Every 4 Years
  • 6 People – Every 3 Years
  • 8 People – Every  2 Years

We also manufacture and deliver concrete septic tanks!

Brandon is our lead environmental technician.  He has worked with us since 2014 and understands the many functions of a septic system.  He will listen and advise  you on the best direction in uncertain circumstances.