Septic Pros of Wake County, North Carolina
Clean Earth Septic was established by a wastewater specialist who has been in the septic industry for more than 10 years. We offer a wide range of septic services delivered by our septic professionals. We make sure that our workmanship is perfect because our goal is complete customer satisfaction.
If you need septic services anywhere in Wake County, Orange County, Durham County, Johnson County, or the surrounding areas, Clean Earth Septic can help. Our commitment to customer satisfaction is our core value in the business. We are a member of the NC Onsite Wastewater Contractors & Inspectors Certification Board. This means having peace of mind knowing that you’re working only with professionals.
About Wake County, North Carolina
Clean Earth Septic proudly serves all properties throughout Wake County. We are local to the community so we understand your septic needs very well. Call us for any septic service you need!
Wake County is home to more than 100 shopping centers with various shops featuring local designers, national brands, and unique gifts. If you want to enjoy the plethora of farmer markets throughout the city, you can visit the State Farmers Market.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some of the frequently asked questions we get about our Septic Tank Pumping.
Septic systems usually last 20 to 30 years before needing replacement. if it has not been properly maintained, has been invaded by tree roots, or has otherwise been misused, the time frame may be shorter.
As a homeowner, you should not dispose of chemicals, paint, grease, food, or anything that is a bodily waste. You should also avoid disposing of toilet paper, feminine napkins, coffee grounds, or wastewater from dishwashing, showering, or laundry.
Below are some of the benefits you get from regular grease trap cleaning.
Eliminates foul odors
Grease trap cleaning gets rid of these odors and keeps your grease trap and tank working efficiently.
Reduces damage to the tank
Any decaying food, whether solids or particles, releases and creates gasses. This includes sulfuric acid, which can damage the walls of the grease trap. Grease trap cleaning reduces damage to the tank before it creates a larger problem in the future.