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Recent Septic Tank Service Reviews in Nogales

  • Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Yavapai Coconino & Maricopa
    Thank you for your quick response to the trouble call and timely completion of repairs. We sincerely appreciate the positive customer service. Please let Caleb & Lance know we appreciate their professionalism, knowledge and dedication. The office staff is outstanding. Bill & Peggy California/Sedona
    Peggy T.
  • Reddi Services
    Gerald was very prompt, efficient, and respectful as he came out to address my urgent situation. He fixed the problem within an hour, charged the rate that I was quoted on the phone, and didn't try to up-sell me on a bunch of other services. Gerald also took the time to describe the problem and
    Jim B.
  • Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Yavapai Coconino & Maricopa
    They arrived from 80+ miles away by 4:30. Daniel assessed the situation and let us know what the problem was at the moment and what needed to be done. He made sure we could use the "facilities" minimally until the next day. He returned on time in the morning with additional man power. He had
    Sheila C.
  • Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Yavapai Coconino & Maricopa
    We had just finished up with a major landscaping project in our back yard. As the landscaper was packing up the septic alarm went off. It appears that the landscaper may have damaged a wire that goes to the septic. My husband is handy with wiring but the alarm still was going off so it was time to
    Debra S.
  • Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Yavapai Coconino & Maricopa
    Mr. Rooter was able to come promptly after I discovered the problem. I did not get prices from other possible service providers so I don't know how they might compare.
    Mary Ann F.
  • Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Yavapai Coconino & Maricopa
    The lead technician was very professional, knowledgeable and courteous. There was a young trainee accompanying him who was likewise well-mannered. They showed up on time and gave me a summary of how they would proceed. The tank was difficult to locate, but they were patient. As the tank was being
    Jan M.
    April 2020. I was selling a property outside of Williams, AZ. I had to have the septic tank pumped and inspected. I called several numbers in the Williams area with no results. I was actually hesitant to call Cyclone because of the reviews. I needed results fast so I called Cyclone in desperation.
    Beth R.
    Excellent work, arrived on time, got right to work. Mark did an exceptional job. I will not hesitate to call him in 5 years to do it again. Explained everything as he worked and told me how bad it is to wait too long between service. Exceptional service.
    Russell B.
  • Arizona's Best Plumbing & Rooter
    I have used AZ Best before and called them immediately. They arrived within 3 hours, augered out the drains & located the hidden septic tank - and set a time for the next morning to return for the digging out and pumping out. They did a great job all around - grounds are returned to normal and we
    Marc H.
  • Hendricks Sewer & Drain
    We thought we had to have our septic pumped. He figured out it was just clogged and removed the clog. He responded to my call Saturday evening, less than an hour after I called and left a message, and was here first thing Sunday morning! Super professional, affordable, knowledgeable, and very nice!
    Michelle H.

Last update on July 7, 2021

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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.