Phoenix Septic Services

Your home is possibly your largest investment. There are various systems inside your house, which when maintained properly, will provide you with years of convenience and enjoyment. One of these systems is the septic system, which is generally unnoticed. Fortunately, when it comes to Phoenix septic services, you can always rely on our team of professional plumbers.

Although not always discussed or noticed, the septic system is vital for a trouble-free household system. Ensuring the septic system doesn’t give you any trouble by following a number of everyday practices. But when help with a septic system is needed, Diamondback Plumbing has you covered.

Diamondback Plumbing has a well-known reputation in the Phoenix Valley due to providing superior plumbing services at reasonable prices. We have a solid reputation and much of our success has come from happy customers that keep coming back to Diamondback.

Going From Phoenix Septic to City Sewer System

All addresses that are associated with a septic system moving forward if your current system septic and or leach system fails you will be required to attach to the city’s main sewer system. Per Maricopa County statue requirements permits will no longer be granted for a new septic tank or leach system if the address has an available city sewer to connect onto. The cost to connect to the city sewer is 100% the responsibility of the owner of the applicable address. The only exception allowance made is if there is no available sewer nearby for the homeowner to connect onto.

Diamondback Plumbing handles the entire process including the submittal and permit process – the work involves excavation in the ROW ‘ right of way’ tapping the city main. The onsite work involves running a new line from the current in-going line to the septic to the new line running to the property line.

Maricopa County also requires that the existing septic system be abandoned properly which requires the tank to be pumped of all contents/lid cave in and slurry fill to fill voided space. If you or your company runs into this issue please contact Diamondback Plumbing and we will quote your project.


Routine Maintenance is the Most Crucial of Our Phoenix Septic Services

Whether you are a homeowner or a business owner, a properly functioning septic tank is crucial. It cannot be overlooked or else you’ll be facing a host of problems. If you think about how much waste your family produces, you’ll realize how essential routine maintenance is.

All the wastewater from your house drains into the septic tank. It means that all the wastewater from the kitchen sink, bathroom drains, bathroom sinks, and toilets go into the septic tank. That’s a lot of wastewater in need of periodic pumping.

Phoenix Septic Tank Repair and Installation

Do you need an update, repair, replacement or perhaps installation of a new septic tank? Diamondback Plumbing has the knowledge, experience, and equipment to get the job done in a cost-effective and timely fashion. Our trucks are fully equipped to handle all kinds of repairs.

Whether it is the repair of an existing septic tank or installation of a new one, you can leave the job to us. Our technicians will handle all the factors that affect the process, requirements, and cost of the Phoenix septic tank installation. We work alongside you to resolve septic tank issues quickly and efficiently.


Upgrade of Existing Phoenix Septic Tank

Did you move to a new home with an existing septic tank? We can check if it needs an upgrade to ensure it is compliant as per the Arizona building code. You might also need upgrades and repairs if your septic system is not as efficient as it was before.

With repair or replacement, routine pumping, and proper care, you can ensure that your septic tank has a long life. If you think your septic tank needs an upgrade, don’t hesitate to contact Diamondback Plumbing.


Signs of a Full Septic Tank in Phoenix

How do you know your Phoenix septic tank needs emptying? Here are some of the signs you need to be on the lookout.

  • Pooling Water

If you can see a mini-lake around or on the septic system’s drain field, it could mean it is already overflowing. A full tank can lead to solid waste clogging the drain field piping system, which forces liquid up to the surface. If you can see water pooling near your septic system, call for experts right away.

  • Odors

Waste is not the only thing collected into the septic system. It also collects gray water from washing dishes, showering, and laundry, which when combined with black water, causes unpleasant odors. If you can smell unpleasant odors coming from your yard, you need to call us today.

  • Slow Drains

Have you been experiencing slow drains in your house? That could be because of a serious clog. However, if declogging the drain does not resolve the issue then the reason could be a full septic tank. If your toilets are slow to flush, that’s also a sign your septic tank might be full.

  • Sewage Backup

You will not find any sign that is more obvious than a sewage backup. It is a sure sign that your septic tank has now reached its capacity and needs pumping. If you discovered a sewer backup in the lowest drain, like your basement bathroom, don’t wait and call for a professional help immediately.

If you notice any of these signs in your home, you might need our help. You can call Diamondback Plumbing to check your septic system. If we determine your septic tank is full, we can conduct a cleaning and pumping service to empty it out right away!

Save Money and Avoid Septic Tank Troubles With Our Phoenix Septic Services

If you fail to schedule a routine pumping of your septic tank, it could lead to expensive consequences. If it breaks down, replacing it will usually cost you thousands of dollars. But you can avoid that situation and save money if you call Diamondback Plumbing for septic tank pumping.