Following regularly scheduled maintenance for septic pumping is crucial for your septic system! When you are in need of septic pumping, call Crews Family Septic. We are a family owned and operated business. Crews Family Septic has been offering services for septic tank pumping in Southwest Florida since 1922. Crews Family Septic offers services to both Residential and Commercial clients. We offer the highest quality of septic services at affordable prices. In addition to our low cost prices we also offer In-House Financing with NO INTEREST FEES! Crews Family Septic is State certified, licensed and authorized to perform septic service. We are also members of The Florida Onsite Wastewater Association, or FOWA. When you call Crews Family Septic for your septic tank pumping, you don’t just get your septic tank pumped in a professional, timely manner, you will also be educated about your septic system. The professionals at Crews Family Septic believe in educating both residential and commercial customers about septic care and maintenance. Our company strives to meet our customer demands while providing a great service.
Simple Steps, Long Lasting Results
To avoid flushing thousands of dollars in repairs down the drain, keep your septic system in good working condition. This type of safe treatment of sewage prevents the spread of infection and disease and protects your water. Also, when a septic tank is working properly, it naturally removes most of the pollutants that can make you sick. With these steps, your septic system will function to protect your health and your investment.
Remember the 3 P’s
- Pump your tank at lease every 3-5 years to help ensure it continues to work properly.
- Waste and kitchen garbage disposal material can build up over time, so pumping your system is an important step.
- Have your septic system inspected and pumped out at least every 3 years to check for any problems. Having your system inspected and pumped out on a regular basis is a bargain when you consider the coast of replacing the entire system.
- Do not drive or park vehicles on you septic tank or drainfield.
- Plant only grass over and near your drainfield to avoid damage from roots.
- Make sure your gutter downspouts are detected away from the drainfield.
- Fix leaky toilets and dripping faucets as soon as possible.
- Anything other than human waste can clog and damage your septic system.
- Do not pour household products, such as cleaners, medicine, auto fluids, paint and lawn care products down the drain. These items can pollute surface and ground water, which supplies your drinking water. It may also end up in your local rivers, lakes and coastal waters.