Prince William, Stafford and Culpeper.
Whether your alarm is going off or its been that long, pumping tanks is easy for our company. We also inspect your system while we are pumping to keep you operating successfully.
Having septic problems?
We can provide quick service and easy diagnosis on all you repairs.
Large or small we pump them all! Grease trap need pumped, cleaned or looked at call J&G Septic services.
Real Estate and Alternative Inspections
When the time comes to sell your home call us about doing your septic inspection. If your a real estate agent looking for a reputable inspection service give our office a call.
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We Now Service: Fauquier County,
Prince William County, Stafford County, Culpeper, and Fairfax County!!!
Contact us for a service request today!!!!!
540-671-3960 or [email protected]
Feel free to contact us anytime with a question or to get a free quote.
Please include in your message the location of your home, or business that needs service so we can better serve you or find someone who can.
Give us at least an hour or so to get back to you by email, if you include your phone number this has a faster response time.
There is a cancellation fee associated with certain services and you will be notified upon scheduling.
Hope to hear from you soon!
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Check out the EPA website for great materials on septic care like this check list for homeowners....https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2015-06/documents/septic_sticker.pdf
or this easy explanation sheet on how septic works.....https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2015-06/documents/centralized_brochure.pdf
The heavy rain we have been having can saturate the ground, making it impossible for your drainfield to work properly. When water cannot flow out of the septic system, the water then can collect in the septic tank. This can cause the tank to fill or eventually have effluent traveling backward through the plumbing and finding its way back into drains and toilets inside the house.