Northeast Georgia’s Premier Septic Pumping, Repair, & Installation

S&S Septic Services provides top-quality septic pumping, repairs, installations, and more to residential, commercial, and government sectors in the northeast Georgia region.

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Expert Septic Services for Your Northeast Georgia Property

At S&S Septic Services, we offer a comprehensive range of septic solutions to meet all your needs. Our experienced team has you covered. We serve both commercial and residential sectors, as well as government properties. Trust us for reliable and efficient septic services.

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Septic Pumping

Our septic pumping services are designed to keep your system running smoothly and prevent any potential issues. Trust our experts to handle your septic pumping needs with professionalism and care.

Septic Repair

If your septic tank is experiencing issues, our skilled technicians can diagnose and repair the problem efficiently. Trust us to restore your septic system's functionality.

New Installations

With new construction, proper septic system installation is essential to preventing costly repairs in the future. Trust our technicians to install your system properly the first time.

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Field Line Jetting

Used to clean the underground drainage system, FLJ involves using a high-pressure water stream to remove any biological or mineral deposits blocking the flow of wastewater from the septic tank system.

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How Your Septic System Works

A septic system is a type of on-site wastewater treatment system that is designed to treat and dispose of household waste. It is composed of two main components: a septic tank and a drain field.

The septic tank is a watertight container made of concrete, plastic, or fiberglass that collects and stores wastewater from the home. As wastewater flows into the tank, it separates into three layers: solids settle to the bottom, oil and grease float to the top, and treated effluent forms in between. Bacteria living within the tank break down some of these solids, but heavier material eventually builds up and must be pumped out periodically by a qualified technician.

The second component of a septic system is the drain field—a shallow network of perforated pipes that are buried in gravel trenches in your backyard. After leaving the tank, wastewater flows through the pipes where it is further processed by natural bacterial activity. This process helps reduce contaminants before they enter groundwater or other nearby surface waters. The soil also filters out unwanted particles as the water slowly infiltrates back into the ground.

The key to successful operation of any septic system lies in its maintenance routine. In addition to having your tank pumped every 3–5 years (depending on usage), you should avoid putting anything besides biodegradable materials down your drains—things like cooking oils can clog your pipes while chemicals such as bleach can kill off helpful bacteria inside your septic tank. With regular maintenance and proper use, you can protect your health and preserve groundwater for generations to come!

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You've got questions. We've got answers.

What are the services offered?

S&S Septic Services offers a wide range of services including septic pumping, emergency pumping, septic tank repairs, drain cleaning, new installations, and field line jetting. Whatever your septic needs may be, we have you covered.

How often should septic pumping be done?

Septic pumping should typically be done every 3-5 years, depending on the size of your septic tank and the number of people in your household. Regular pumping helps prevent backups and maintain the health of your septic system.

What sectors do you serve?

We serve a wide range of sectors including commercial, government, and residential. No matter the size or type of property, we have the expertise to handle your septic needs.

Do you offer emergency services?

Yes, we offer emergency septic pumping services. If you're experiencing a septic emergency, such as a backup or overflow, don't hesitate to contact us. We'll respond quickly to resolve the issue and minimize any damage.

How can I contact you?

To get in touch with us, you can call our office at (678) 649-8044 or fill out the contact form on our website. We're here to answer any further questions you may have and schedule your septic service.