If you own a home or business in Muskogee, OK, you need a reliable plumber to call when your septic tank or aerobic system acts up. Plumbing issues can arise when you least expect them to. Fortunately, you can count on our local plumbers at Roto-Rooter of Oklahoma. We take care of septic, aerobic and grease in Muskogee, OK, so call today to schedule service!
Septic tanks are for homeowners who live outside the vicinity of Muskogee’s local sewer system. They connect to a home’s draining system using a plastic or cast iron pipe. If your home uses a septic tank, you’re responsible for maintaining the tank and removing the wastewater. Roto-Rooter of Oklahoma is here to help! We can pump out your septic tank and haul away the waste to keep your septic system clean and working properly.
If you don’t have a garbage disposal, you can get away with pumping your septic tank every three years. If you do, you should schedule maintenance at least once a year. When in doubt, call Roto-Rooter of Oklahoma. We’re happy to help you maintain your Muskogee septic tank and repair or replace it if necessary.
Grease traps in restaurant sinks prevent fat, oil, and grease (FOG) from wreaking havoc on septic tanks and causing sewer line damage. However, without proper maintenance and cleaning, FOG will leak into the septic tank, causing unpleasant odors, clogs and sewer line issues.
Restaurants in Muskogee must have grease traps but can your home benefit from them too? They can increase the lifespan of your septic tank if your household uses high levels of FOG. Roto-Rooter of Oklahoma in Muskogee can help you maintain your grease traps so they can perform optimally for many years. We’ll spot a sign of a broken sewer pipe and complete sewer pipe repairs if necessary.
No matter what plumbing issues you encounter—from a pipe bursting to trenchless sewer line repairs, you can count on Roto-Rooter of Oklahoma to take care of septic, aerobic, and grease in Muskogee, OK.
Contact us to schedule service with our licensed and insured plumbers in Muskogee!
Aerobic treatment systems use forced air to treat wastewater on-site. The air facilitates the growth of organisms that break down solids, then clarifies and disinfects the tank. As a result, the discharge is cleaner and more environmentally friendly.
This eliminates the need for a drainage field. Other benefits include: