Commercial Septic Services
Complete septic system service and repair
- Septic Systems Installed and Repaired
- Septic Tanks Cleaned (Pumped Out) and Inspected
- Drain Fields Installed and Repaired
- Hydro-Jetting Drain Lines
- Lift Stations
- Sump and EjectorPumps Installed
- Backflow Protection Systems
- Grease Traps
- Real Estate Inspections
- Site Plan and Drawings
- Septic Tank and Drain Field Permits
- Connect your Business to City Sewer Line
Septic Systems Installed and Repaired
There are a number of different types of Septic Systems and Drain Field Piping the State of Florida approves for installation. The two most common are the Infiltrator System, and the Multi-Pipe Infiltration System.
A1 Septic has been installing drain fields and septic systems in Orange and Seminole counties for over 53 years. Although we can install all approved systems, we highly recommend the Infiltrator system or a multi-pipe system. These systems provide longer life and fewer maintenance issues.
For more information, please contact us and one of our expert technicians will be happy to explain the benefits of these two systems. There are other systems available, and possibly may be a better fit based on your budget, soil and water content.
Septic Tanks Cleaned (Pumped Out) and Inspected
Every time you use your sink, disposal, bathroom toilet, shower or washing machine you add a small amount of water and waste to the septic tank. Sludge and other sediments slowly accumulate in your septic tank.
Over the course of years these layers of sediment and sludge accumulate on the bottom and on the sides of your tank. Eventually the tank becomes full and a pump out is necessary. If you ignore this your septic tank will eventually back up, most likely into your home, and you will have a huge mess on your hands! Not to mention the health hazards you will face.
So if you’ve been in your Business for more than two or three years we highly recommend you have your tank pumped and inspected.
Drain Fields Installed and Repaired (Our Specialty)
Mound systems, sometimes referred to as an elevated drain field, are alternatives to traditional septic system drain fields. Mound systems are engineered drain fields that are used in areas where septic systems may be more prone to failure due to extremely permeable or in permeable soils.
Mound systems include a septic tank, a dosing chamber, and a mound. Waste that comes from the home in a sent into the septic tank where the solid fraction settles down into the bottom of the tank. Waste water is then sent into a second tank, called a dosing chamber, where the water is distributed into the mound at a metered rate.
The Mound System is made up of lengths of piping in layers, at different depths, and are what we specialize in here at A1 Septic. Please call today, or fill out our Form, and one of our Licensed Service Professionals will reach out to you within 24 hours!
Types of Mound and Flat bed systems we install
ATL (Advanced Treatment Leachfield)
The ATL Infiltrator system is a passive advanced treatment leach field system designed as an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional stone and pipe drain fields.
The ATL system is a sand-lined treatment and dispersal leach field system consisting of 6 components. Upon entering the system, septic tank effluent progresses through a 4-inch-diameter pipe, followed by a large-diameter synthetic aggregate, fine geotextile, a small-diameter synthetic aggregate, a coarse geotextile, and finally 6-inch-thick system sand. Upon exiting the ATL conduit, the treated effluent enters the underlying native soil.
For more information on the benefits of the Infiltrator System. Please call today, or fill out our Form, and one of our Licensed Service Professionals will reach out to you within 24 hours!
Multi Pipe Infiltration Systems & (PTI)
The Multi pipe infiltration systems can be used with either septic tanks or aerobic systems where sub surface discharge is preferred. It suits all approved soils and permitted applications were gravel is normally used. The multi pipe system is ideal for mound or surface trenches and beds. It can be easily adapted to either pumped or dose applications.
The more modern PTI Rockless Multi-Pipe System when compared to gravel, an open bottom chambered system, or a single line gravelless pipe, has proven superior.
Hydro-Jetting Drains And Drain Lines
For the latest in modern high pressure Hydro jetting you can rely on A1 septic Orlando.
Over the years almost every household will experience a clogged drain or drain lines at some point! Drains become clogged usually after years of collecting debris from Wash Tubs, Floor Drains, Moping, Dish Washers, Disposal Overuse, Soap, Cleaning Products Grease and many other daily variables. Hydro-Jetting is a quick way to unblock drains and Pipes and is environmentally friendly!
It it does not require any harsh chemicals to unclog the drain or pipes! So when your drain or drain lines become clogged its time to call an A1 septic and our sewer professionals!
Lift stations are designed to move waste water from a lower elevation to a higher elevation. The key elements in a lift station are a well, or wet well, equipped with screen or grading to remove course materials, motors, power supply, a pump and piping, valves, equipment control with an alarm system, odor control and a ventilation system.
Lift stations are generally used to reduce capital cost of waste removal when connected to a local government controlled or private main sewer system.
Lift stations are a great alternative when gravity sewer is our installed deeper than 10 feet, due to the higher cost of the excavation equipment.
Sump and Ejector Pumps Installed
Our skilled technicians use state-of-the-art advanced technology and equipment for all sewer and septic system repairs. If you have experienced flooding in a low lying area, or in the basement of your business, then a sump pump or ejector system may be necessary to help prevent rain and surface water from collecting and seeping into your Location.
Sump Pumps or Ejector Pumps may be used also to prevent clogged raw sewage and waste from overflowing into your septic tank. A Backflow Prevention System may also be an option.
Backflow Prevention Systems
A Backflow System is an essential part of a modern waste management system that prevents public drinking water from becoming contaminated with raw sewage or waste water.
Our highly experienced technicians are backflow protection experts, and have been trained and certified in all areas necessary to install your backflow protection device properly. Our Field Technichians are highly trained and well-equipped to handle all of your backflow prevention needs or repairs.
If you’re experiencing powerful odors arising from your grease trap it is time to take action immediately. This is the tell tale event that lets you know when the trap is overloaded and more than likely overwhelmed.
Beware! It is highly possible that the trap may fail at any time. You should also note that the longer it sits the more difficult and costlier it will be to clean, as the solid materials harden and attach themselves inside the walls of the tank.
Real Estate Inspections
Buying a new Building for your business? A1 Septic provides Certified Septic System Inspections to give you complete piece of mind when purchasing your new Building. Call now to have one of our friendly Technicians give you a complete inspection of your Businesses entire system. Don’t let a bad system spoil the opening and first weeks in your new Location!
Site Plans and Drawings
A1 Septic has Licensed Professional Technicians that will visit you on your site, and will help determine with you the best location for your new underground septic system. He will also test the soil and determine what systems are right for your soil type.
Once the location is determined, and the type of system that best fits your needs and budget, we will provide schematics and plans for the system of your choice. He will work with you and your contractor to schedule the installation, work with your contractor, and ensure there is no interruption with the construction schedule.
Septic Tank and Drain Field Permits
Do you know what Permits and Inspections you will need?? Let A1 Septic Certified Professional help you acquire all the proper permits, schedule the required inspections. He will also provide the state approved products and piping required in the building of your new septic system or the repair of your current septic system. Permits vary from city to city as well as county to county, you can’t afford to make mistakes when scheduling inspections at the proper times and permits can be difficult to obtain. Let us help you with this very complicated and difficult process. Please call us today!
Connect Your Business to City Sewer Lines
Looking for a contractor to connect your new or existing Business to your City Sewer Line? A1 Septic Orlando provides professional installation and connection anywhere in Seminole or Orange Counties. You may not know, but YOU are responsible for the Sewer connection from your Office or Building to your city sewer system.