If you are new to Septic Systems or you just need a refresher on the ins and outs of the whole process, take advantage of this free bulletin from the Environmental Protection Agency. Read A Homeowner’s Guide to Septic Systems from the US EPA.
Simply put, a septic system is an underground system designed to store and treat waste without a connection to a municipal sewer system.
This depends on how many people live in your house – every two years for residents with up to three people, once a year for 4-5 residents, and every six months for households with more than six residents.
Septic systems will last up to 30 years if cared for correctly.
If you notice any of these symptoms, call David Schaefer Septic immediately, before it gets worse!
Septic tanks fill up over time. When they fill up too much, they back up. If unmaintained, the system will eventually lose its ability to carry away and treat waste entirely.
Yes, we provide complete site work excavating services including demolition and removal of current buildings.
David Schaefer Septic, located in Andover, NJ in Sussex County, serves most of northern New Jersey including Sussex County, Warren County, Morris County & Passaic County including the towns of Andover, Branchville, Byram, Franklin, Fredon, Hamburg, Lafayette, Sparta, Sandyston, Stanhope, Wantage, Vernon, Allamuchy, Blairstown, Budd Lake, Hackettstown, Hope, Green Township, Randolph, Chester, Long Valley, Flanders, Mendham, Chatham, Rockaway, Jefferson, Mount Olive, Pequannock, Wayne, Riverdale, Pompton Lakes, Kinnelon, Butler, Boonton & More