Residential Septic Services

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Homeowner
Flowery Branch, GA

Tip: To prevent buildup, sludge and floating scum, periodic pumping of the septic tank is recommended.  Regular inspections and pumping are the best and cheapest way to keep your septic system in good working order

At A&A Septic Services, our trained specialists are qualified to install, repair, or pump any type of septic system and we are always available to answer any questions you may have.

Through our commitment, experience, and expertise, A&A has established a business relationship with our customers that will last a lifetime!

We offer:

  • Complete septic system service with upfront competitive pricing
  • Service in the Northeast metro Atlanta and surrounding areas
  • State licensed, certified, and insured service
  • Family owned and operated since 1976
  • Residential, Commercial, and Industrial service
  • Video camera inspections
  • Highly trained uniformed technicians
  • Inspection letters
  • Senior Citizen discounts (septic services only)

Your Septic System

Did you know that as a homeowner you are responsible for maintaining your septic system? Did you know that maintaining your septic system protects your investment in your home? Did you know that you should periodically inspect your system and pump out your septic tank?

If properly designed, constructed, and maintained, your septic system can provide long-term, effective treatment of household wastewater. If your septic system is not maintained, you may have to replace it costing you thousands of dollars. A malfunctioning system can contaminate groundwater that might be a source of drinking water.
Tip: If you sell your home, your septic system must be in good working order.

Septic Tank
The septic tank is a buried, watertight container typically made of concrete, fiberglass, or polyethylene. It holds the wastewater long enough to allow solids to settle out (forming sludge) and oil and grease to float to the surface (as scum). It also allows partial decomposition of the solid materials. Compartments and a T-shaped outlet in the septic tank prevent the sludge and scum from leaving the tank and traveling into the drainfield area. Filters are also recommended to keep solids from entering the drainfield. Newer tanks generally have risers with lids at the ground surface to allow for easy location, inspection, and pumping of the tank.

Drainfield
The wastewater exits the septic tank and is discharged into the drainfield for further treatment by the soil. If the drainfield is overloaded with too much liquid, it will flood, causing sewage to flow to the ground surface or create backups in plumbing fixtures. A drainfield generally does not require any maintenance. However, to protect and prolong the life of the drainfield, follow these rules:

  • Do not drive over the drainfield with cars, trucks, or heavy equipment
  • Do not plant trees or shrubs in the absorption areas, the roots will get into the lines
  • Do not cover the drainfield with a hard surface such as concrete or asphalt. Grass is the best way to prevent erosion
  • Divert surface runoff water from roofs, patios, and driveways away from drainfield

Typical single-compartment septic tank with risers and screen.


Do's

  • Use water efficiently to avoid overloading the septic system. Be sure to repair leaky faucets or toilets and use high-efficiency fixtures
  • Keep records of repairs, pumpings, inspections, permits issued, and other system maintenance activities
  • Learn the location of your septic system. Keep a sketch of it with your maintenance record for service visits
  • Have your septic system inspected and pumped as necessary by a licensed inspector/contractor

Mr. & Mrs. Kendall L. Todd, Sr.

Dont’s

  • Your septic system is not a trash can. Do not put dental floss, feminine hygiene products, condoms, diapers, cotton swabs, cigarette butts, coffee grounds, cat litter, paper towels, latex paint, pesticides, or other hazardous chemicals into your system.

Founded in 1976 by Kendall L. Todd Sr., A&A Septic Service, a division of Atlantic Pit Service, is backed with years of industry experience. A&A Septic Service is dedicated to providing you with exceptional septic service, fair prices, and top of the line equipment.