If you are looking for an affordable septic service near your home or business, look no further than Orlando Septic Service. 

We are a full resource for all your septic and waste management needs.  We are a small family owned business committed to providing the very best quality and customer service.  Thanks to our decades of experience we can handle the most difficult septic situations without a problem.

Orlando Septic Service is an environmentally friendly company with 30 years of experience.  Earning our reputation as an honest and reliable waste management business in the Seminole, Orange and parts of Volusia County.

How Can You Keep Your Septic System Healthy?

Avoid putting chemicals that are not biodegradable down the drain
Make sure only organic waste goes into the septic system
Don’t overwhelm the system by doing all the laundry in one day
Cut down on water usage by repairing leaky toilets and faucets
Keep a good record of septic maintenance and pumping
Remember, some of the septic fumes are toxic, so use a professional
Don’t drive, plant, or build anything on the drain field.

It is Important to Take Care of Clogged or Slow Drains

Once a drain becomes clogged or slow it can become a breeding ground for bacteria that can affect ones health and cause many illnesses.

Over time grease and debris builds up inside your pipes. You may be tempted to purchase ‘do it yourself’ products at the big box store that promise to resolve everything. Unfortunately, the products can seriously harm your pipes and end up causing more damage. A high pressure jet of water forces any clogged grease, breaks up roots, and removes any build up without harming the pipes. The jets of water are able to hit at all the angles possible to remove any debris.

Not only is it safer for older pipes it is far less caustic than traditional drain cleaners and doesn’t introduce corrosive materials into the plumbing system.

A Full Septic Tank

A full septic tank is the most popular culprit of slow drains.  Depending on how many people are living in the house and water usage, the septic tank needs to be pumped out every 3 to 5 years. If the septic tank is full, it can make that gurgling sound when flushing the toilet or drains are flowing out to the septic tank.