There are a few factors that influence the cost including:
1. Lid Accessibility – Are they dug up or is the lid at the surface? Risers can be installed to improve the accessibility of your lid.
2. Size of your tank – smaller systems cost as little as $350, while a 2,000-gallon septic tank could cost you $700 or more.
3. Usage – High usage tanks will need to be pumped more frequently to prevent back-ups. If you use a lot of water, or put food down a garbage disposal, your system will need more maintenance.
4. Location – The accessibility and complexity of navigating your tank can vary widely depending on if you live in a rural or urban area.
5. Frequency – If you’re not keeping up with a routine maintenance schedule, solids can build up until your tank’s holing capacity is diminished, resulting in a clog.
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Work With Professionals for Your Septic Tank Pumping in Northville
All septic services require maintenance and work over their lifetime. Properly maintaining your system will keep it working properly and extend its life. Contact us or call 248-962-3670 to schedule your septic tank pumping in Northville.