Experienced Septic Maintenance ProviderIf your property utilizes a septic system, properly maintaining this system is critically important over the years. You likely don’t spend much time thinking about your septic system and may not know anything about how the system works. That’s ok! Our team at Custom Septic is an experienced septic maintenance provider that can take care of this work for you with ease. Not only will we be able to handle your maintenance needs, but we educate you about your septic maintenance needs along the way.

Our owner, Brad Krotzer, has been working on septic systems since he was 11 years old. This business has been around since 1996 and he is licensed and certified with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. What is great about Brad is that he is an owner that is always visible and on the job providing you direct exposure to the owner. He takes pride in the service he provides all customers, and he won’t stop working on your septic system until it meets his high expectations that he has developed over the past decades.

Septic Tank Pumping & Cleaning

The primary maintenance service needed for a septic system is pumping and cleaning. It has to be cleared of all the muck, residue and build up to ensure that it doesn’t get backed up for clogged. By choosing our crew as your experienced septic maintenance provider, we’ll put you on a pumping and cleaning schedule that occurs every 2-3 years. This recommended schedule is based on the size of the septic tank as well as the amount of waste and water usage that occurs on your property. During our maintenance service, we’ll remind you of some simple ways that you can help properly maintain your septic system in between your septic maintenance appointments. Some of the tips that we recommend include:

Watch What You Flush – Only human waste and toilet paper should be flushed down the toilet. Any other materials can cause issues with your septic system.
Keep an Eye on Water Usage – Keep your water usage as low as possible.
Avoid Garbage Disposals – These are not good for septic systems.
Consider an Annual Inspection – A visual inspection annually is always a good idea. We can handle this inspection for you with ease.

Maximizing the life expectancy of your septic system should be a high priority as a property owner. There is no better way to expand the life of your septic system than engaging in regular septic maintenance. As your experienced septic maintenance provider, let us handle this job for you. To learn more about our effective septic system maintenance processes, contact Custom Septic today at (763) 218-4769 or email brad@customseptic.com.