Septic Pumping Olympia

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John’s Plumbing & Pumps, Inc has been specializing in local pump services for over 50 years, since 1957. We have the equipment to handle your septic pumping in Olympia, no matter the size of the job. We are equipped to diagnose and repair any problems that may arise from an older septic system with corroded, cracked, or leaking pipes. You get the best professional know-how when you call us for septic
tank cleaning and maintenance.

Septic Pumping Olympia


John’s Plumbing & Pumps, Inc has been specializing in local pump services for over 50 years, since

1957. We have the equipment to handle your septic pumping in Olympia, no matter the size of the job.

We are equipped to diagnose and repair any problems that may arise from an older septic system with

corroded, cracked, or leaking pipes. You get the best professional know-how when you call us for septic

tank cleaning and maintenance.

Regular septic service is an important part of maintaining a healthy septic system, however, it must be

done right. If a company is inexperienced or does not have equipment with the right capacity, they could

cause damage to pipes, seals, float switches, or gauges. It can also become an unfortunate mess if the

waste is not removed by experienced technicians with the right pumps and equipment for the job.

We use the highest-quality products and keep our heavy-duty equipment primed, clean, and ready. Each

of our septic tank professionals is experienced and skilled to ensure the process is done efficiently and

without incident. We drive fully-stocked vehicles, ready to make repairs if a problem is detected in your

sewer system.

We handle pumping for:

• Sewers


Septic Tanks

• Effluent Pumps

• Drains

• Wells

How do I know if I need to empty my septic tank?

We recommend you have your septic system pumped every three to five years. In most cases, this is

enough to avoid the risk of sludge build up that can cause a septic system to fail.

Some warning signs your septic system needs to be pumped:

• You see pooling water around the drainfield.

• You notice a foul odor in the yard.

• The drainage inside your home begins to slow.

• The sewage backs up inside sinks, showers, tubs, or toilets.

• The grass in your drainfield is more lush and green than in other areas.

• Your well water tests high for nitrates.

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