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5 Things to Know About Septic Tank Removal

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Whether you are replacing a septic tank or just need to remove an old unused one, we are the septic company for it.

For 50+ years, we've removed and replaced thousands of septic tanks in Orlando, Florida and the surrounding cities. We have perfected the process to be painless and somewhat easy.

Throughout the years, we've learned how to remove a septic tank the right way through trial and error. There isn't much we haven't already overcome.

Check out Google and you'll see we are the most rated and highest rated septic removal company in Orlando. We strive for excellence and want you to be 100% satisfied with our work.

Septic Tank Removal Process

When we arrive to remove a septic tank, you'll need to let us know where the tank is located.

Please have all obstacles cleared away from the septic tank prior to our arrival.

Pets and kids need to be away from the work site while we are working. We will have heavy machinery operating in the area, and an exposed septic tank is fall-in danger.

We will absolutely do our best to respect your yard and landscaping but please understand that we can only do so much. If you have an area you would like us to place dirt as we are removing it from around the tank, let us know where it should go.

We will probably need to pump out the tank prior to removal so that will be the first step in the removal process.

Once the tank is empty, we will clear dirt from around the tank so we can disconnect any inlets and outlets running into and from the tank.

Once the tank is disconnected, a crane or other machine will be used to lift the tank onto a truck which will transport it for disposal.

Septic Tank Removal FAQ's

Yes, we will need to do a septic tank pump out prior to removing the septic tank from the ground.

Some common septic tank removal alternatives are crushing it in place or filling the septic tank with compacted soil, concrete, or other approved material.

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