Sewer & Septic
SEWER & SEPTIC SERVICE FOR TYLER-JACKSONVILLE, TX
Whether you have a private septic system or use a public sewer system, Bannister Plumbing will make sure you get the best service every time.
As a homeowner, you are responsible for maintaining your septic system. If your septic system was properly designed and maintained, it can provide you with reliable and long-term treatment of household wastewater.
In order to keep these expenses at bay, it’s important to schedule regular septic tank pumpings and inspections.
If you don’t maintain and service your septic system regularly, you could be facing expensive repair and replacement costs. In addition to the expense of neglect, a malfunctioning septic system can also contaminate your property’s groundwater supply, which could be a source of your home’s drinking water.
Proper septic tank maintenance is essential for the health of your family, community, and environment. If you are buying or selling a home, you will want to make sure that the septic system is in good working order.
Alternative Septic Systems
Since not all homes have the proper soil or conditions for a septic system, you may be in need of an alternative septic system. These alternative systems may require special care and maintenance.
If you have an alternative system that uses sand, peat, plastic media, aerators, float switches, pumps, or other mechanical components, contact your local plumber or installer for information on proper operation and maintenance.
Septic System Maintenance
- Typical septic systems should be inspected at least every 3 years.
- Alternative septic systems should be inspected every year.
- Septic tanks should be pumped upon the recommendation of your plumbing inspector (typically every 3-5 years).
Contact Bannister Plumbing to have a qualified plumber inspect sludge and scum layers, leaks, and proper operation.
Since most homes do not have the necessary conditions for a septic system, you probably use a public sewer system. Remember, while the city is responsible for the piping outside of the boundaries of the property, you are still responsible for the sewer lines on your property.
Signs of Damaged Sewer Pipes:
- Sewage backups
- Sewer odor or gas
- Mold growth
- Slow drainage
- Cracks in the foundation
- Rodent or insect problem
There are multiple wastewater collection systems available to you, including conventional gravity sewers, low pressure/grinder pump systems, and septic systems.
After running a camera inspection and determining the best course of action, we will help you choose the right wastewater system for you.
Bannister Plumbing will inspect the existing plumbing infrastructure and provide you with a detailed analysis before any sewer or septic installation services begin.
When you need a plumbing repair done right, trust Bannister Plumbing with the job. Our high-tech cameras and hydrojetting equipment allows us to perform all sewer and septic repairs cleanly, smoothly, and timely.
The HD camera will identify potential causes of sewage pipe problems, such as clogs, cracks, root intrusions, foundation movements, and again pipes.
Ask us about our cutting-edge trenchless plumbing process. We can repair and replace pipes without digging up or destroying your property. If your sewer or septic system is interrupting the flow of your business or routine, call Bannister Plumbing for efficient and effective plumbing service.
Why Choose Bannister Plumbing?
- BBB A+ Rated Company
- Background Checked & Drug Tested
- Licensed & Insured
- 24/7 Emergency Service
- Red Carpet Service (No Mess—Guaranteed)
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
- Financing Available
Protect your home and sewer system. For the best Residential and Commercial Sewer and Septic Service in East Texas, contact Bannister Plumbing.