What does Integrated Plumbing Solutions Septic Tank Pumping services cover?
  • We pump your liquid matter from your septic tank. Prices quoted based on your tank’s gallon capacity.
  • We dig 18 inches deep or less to unearth your septic tank lid
  • We remove 24 inches or less of solid waste.
  • We will inspect your septic tank to ensure proper functioning
We offer Metro Atlanta These Septic Tank Services
  • At Integrated Plumbing Solutions, we deliver Metro Atlanta affordable septic tank services for industrial, residential and commercial clients with transparency, honesty and integrity. No gimmicks. No games. No beating around the bush. 
  • With over 50 years combined plumbing and septic tank experience on our team, we promise to inspect, install and maintain your septic tank with the best service in the industry! At Integrated Plumbing Solutions, we know a sufficiently maintained septic tank system will proactively solve future breakdowns. 
Septic Tank Early Dysfunction Warning Signs
  • Toilet: Continuously leaking, running toilets or faucets could become problematic septic tank draining problems.
  • Slow Draining: Toilets that make a lot of sound, flow that is restricted or draining slow could be symptoms of bigger septic tank problems related to the house sewer or inlet baffle tee.
  • Outlet Baffle Tee Issues: Without proper septic tank maintenance, excessive waste could be exiting the outlet baffle. The baffle may in fact be deteriorating, hence causing the system to break down.
  • Symptoms of External Septic System Problems
  • The drain field shows a lot mud, standing water or drenched soil near your septic tank drain field.
  • Dark areas of soil that attract numerous flies
  • Septic tank area that smells like rotten eggs or Sulfur.
Septic Services for Metro Atlanta
  • Septic tank system repairs
  • Over time, your septic tank system, along with the inbound and outbound plumbing, can decompose due to age and the type of materials that were used during initial installation.
  • Repairs and replacement of the drain field
  • Over years of constant use, the soil naturally filters the pathogens (germs) from the wastewater. Eventually, the soils become contaminated surrounding the drain field system reducing its performance substantially.
Root intrusion can also cause a system to be repaired and driving vehicles over the area can damage a septic system prompting repairs or replacement.
  • We determine the septic tank’s prime spot on your property for the drain field during first installation. The surrounding soil will naturally filter pathogens and germs from your wastewater.  
  • Tanks are the primary pre-treatment of the septic system. Once a tank reaches a 50% volume of sludge (solids) the pre-treatment process is at a critical point of not pre-treating the wastewater. 
  • A lack of pumping threatens the performance of the drain field functionality, allowing solids to be forced into the drain field. Health departments highly recommend pumping your Atlanta septic tank every 3-5 years.
  • Replace Your Septic Tank
  • In the event of an obstruction of the tank (additions built to the dwelling, large trees growing near the tank, or the tank being undersized due to bedrooms being added to the home) can require a septic tank to be replaced on the property or increased in size to accommodate the amount of additional bedrooms.
Why get my septic tank and system inspected?
  • Discover potential problems
  • Avoid expensive repairs
  • Assure septic system is functioning properly
  • Buying or selling a home (generally NOT included in home inspection)
  • Prevent groundwater contamination
  • Prevents backups into your house and resulting damage
What does the septic system inspection for Integrated Plumbing Solutions include?
  • Septic system uncovering 
  • Septic tank pumping
  • Toilet flushing
  • Checking for signs of back up
  • All mechanical components and their functionality inspection
  • Verification that the drain fields are taking water
Potential reasons for additional charges
  • A septic tank is typically 18 inches below ground. For septic tanks that are below this depth, additional work is required. 
  • A septic tank is typically not located underneath a deck, driveway, landscaping or concrete area. Septic tanks that are found underneath these obstructions would require additional work.
  • Every three to five years, you should have your septic tank and system inspected and pumped. Solids and waste will build up without maintenance. Extra sludge will cause excessive wear on the pump as the additional water is required to break up solids, hence getting them through the hose. Any repairs that are related to this lack of maintenance could result in additional charges.
  • All pricing, including additional charges, are given up front and will be agreed to BEFORE any work is performed.
Septic Tank Services Offered To:

  • Fulton County: Alpharetta GA, Atlanta GA, Birmingham GA, Campbellton GA, Chattahoochee Hills GA, Cliftondale GA, College Park GA, East Point GA, Fairburn GA, Hapeville GA, Johns Creek GA, Milton GA, Mountain Park GA, North Atlanta GA, Palmetto GA, Red Oak GA, Roswell GA, Sandtown GA, Sandy Springs GA, South Fulton GA, Union City GA.
  • Cobb County: Acworth GA, Austell GA, Chattahoochee Plantation GA, Clarkdale GA, Cumberland GA, East Cobb GA, Fair Oaks GA, Kennesaw GA, Marietta GA, Mableton GA, Noonday GA, Powder Springs GA, Powers Park GA, Spring Hill GA, Smyrna GA, Town Center GA, Vinings GA.
  • Gwinnett County: Auburn GA, Berkeley Lake GA, Braselton GA, Buford GA, Centerville GA, Dacula GA, Duluth GA, Five Forks GA, Grayson GA, Hamilton Mill GA, Lawrenceville GA, Lilburn GA, Loganville GA, Mechanicsville GA, Mountain Park GA, Norcross GA, Peachtree Corners GA, Rest Haven GA, Snellville GA, Sugar Hill GA, Suwanee GA.
  • Douglas County: Douglasville, GA

Atlanta Septic Tank Installation and Repair