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  • BMS Pumping
    5.0
    Everything went well the driver was on time took extra care to help with some of the labor I’m very happy with their service
    Cindy M.
  • Benjamin Franklin Plumbing of Las Vegas
    5.0
    Went great! I called they got someone out immediately, very friendly. Got job done and cleaned up very quick. Highly recommend
    Craig S.
  • Las Vegas Septic Service llc
    5.0
    I called and got in for service the next day. William and Andrew came on time and quickly located our septic tank and dug down to find the cover. (I had no idea where it was) They pumped it out and replaced the dirt and sod and put on a new lid so we have easy access next time. William explained everything very well. Excellent customer service
    Nola P.
  • Chief Septic & Sewer LLC
    5.0
    We had an overflow so we needed quick help. I called one day at 5 pm and they came out the next morning. Handled the job quickly, professionally. I don't think they charged extra for the quick turnaround. Wayne, the tech, is very knowledgeable, helpful, and friendly. He understood the problem immediately - a blockage in the line caused by a poorly connected and placed riser pipe in the tank. Everything one can want in a septic emergency
    barbara l.
  • Chief Septic & Sewer LLC
    5.0
    Great company to deal with. They worked around my schedule and when they had a delay called me right away to explain the problem. (with an apology for the delay) Upon arrival, the worker had me show him where the tank was and open a gate for him and he handled the rest quickly and very professionally. Start to finish was well under an hour. I had dug out the cover and made sure it was cleared enough to be lifted off as that saves considerable money. Otherwise, you have to pay for a backhoe and workers to locate and dig out the cover. Our clay rich soil can act like cement and anchor the lid in place until you break the seal loose around it. If you have an extra $500 or so, or can't find anyone who knows how , or has the time to use a shovel, that actually isn't that bad. (the dig out can cost more than the price for the clean out alone though!) I will definitely use them again and highly recommend them to anyone with a septic tank. The cost was with the lid uncovered and ready to be opened and for a 1500 gallon tank
    David A.
  • Chief Septic & Sewer LLC
    5.0
    They showed up in the time frame I was given with a back hoe and a pump truck. We discussed where the tank might be then they used a radio transmitter to find it. Dug it up, cleaned the tank, and discussed the future maintenance. The men also sprayed high pressure water up my main sewage line to clear a blockage. Great help in an old house
    Michael E.
  • Chief Septic & Sewer LLC
    5.0
    My husband called to schedule service and they were able to come the very next day. Robert called when he was about 30 mins away. He arrived promptly and got right to work. He was very polite and finished faster than I expected. Cost was good and they advised me based on the number of people in the house, how often I should expect to repeat the service
    Jason S.
  • Chief Septic & Sewer LLC
    5.0
    Robert was on time . The big problem was that his truck leaked sewage on the blacktop in front of my house and then left sewage leaks all along the path of his truck as it exited our gated community. When I called to complain, I was told by Darrell that it was normal for their trucks to leak some sewage, and they could not do anything abut it. I have filed a complaint with the Las Vegas Better Business Bureau After my first complaints (above) I got a call from Karen at Chief Septic. She profusely apologized and immediately sent a crew out to power wash the street. I am quite happy with the outcome in the end. When scheduling Chief, ask for Karen and she will make it right
    Tim M.
  • Chief Septic & Sewer LLC
    5.0
    The job was done within the estimate. The estimate was 50% less than a similar company's quote. The crew was wonderful. All knowledgeable, hard working and great problem solvers. My system had unusual configuration. They still located pipes very quickly. Excellent experience. Highly recommended.
    Karen W.
  • Chief Septic & Sewer LLC
    5.0
    They were very good. This is the first time I had our tanks pumped, but I think they are in a good price range. They were very responsive and answered all my questions. This is the first time I've had a property with a septic tank. They were late for my appointment, but they did call me where they had a problem. I guess they had an emergency that popped up in the neighborhood. They called to see if it would be okay to go there first. They were very good to keep me updated. There was one worker. I want to say it took an hour, maybe an hour and a half. It looked like he was never. He returned everything back to normal
    Edward S.

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Septic Tank Service FAQ

  1. What are the signs your septic tank is full?

    Answer: There are several signs that indicate your septic tank could be full. These include standing water over your septic tank, a strong odor coming from your yard, gurgling water, slow drains, or a sewage backup. While many of these signs could also be indicative of a clogged system, they should all be checked out by a professional ASAP to avoid costly damages. In the absence of any of these signs, it’s recommended that septic tanks be emptied every 3 to 5 years on average.

  2. How often should a septic tank be serviced?

    Answer: On average, septic tanks should be serviced every 3 to 5 years in the absence of any worrying signs that the tank is clogged or full. The size of your septic tank, the number of people living in your home, and your average water usage will all impact how often your septic tank needs to be serviced.

  3. What are the most common causes of septic tank failure?

    Answer: The most common cause of septic tank failure is improper maintenance. Failing to pump a septic tank on the appropriate schedule will cause septic tank failure and likely result in a costly septic tank repair or replacement. On average, septic tanks should be pumped every 3 to 5 years, but the size of your tank, the number of people in your home, and your average water usage may shorten or extend this timeframe.

  4. How much does it cost to pump a septic tank?

    Answer: The cost to pump a septic tank is $400 on average or about $0.30 per gallon. The size of your septic tank, as well as local labor costs, will impact the cost of pumping your septic tank. Most septic tanks are between 600 and 2,000 gallons in size, meaning the average cost range is between $180 to $600.

  5. How much does it cost to install a septic system?

    Answer: The cost to install a septic tank system is between $3,060 and $9,810, on average. The size of the septic tank you choose, the land you’re installing it on, the type of system you choose, and local labor costs will all influence the total cost of installing a septic system. Anaerobic septic tanks (those that don’t need oxygen) typically cost between $3,000 and $8,000. Aerobic systems, which utilize oxygen to activate bacteria and are popular on smaller properties, usually cost between $10,000 and $20,000.

  6. How long does a septic system last?

    Answer: When septic systems are well maintained, they can last up to 30 years or more. If a septic system isn’t properly maintained, such as when it isn’t pumped regularly, it may malfunction and require costly repairs or a premature replacement. In general, septic tank pumping is recommended every 3 to 5 years to ensure the septic system lasts as long as possible.

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