ContactP.O Box 11099
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
Septic services of Iowa was started up in 2008 and provides a full service for your septic system, and sewer needs. The business is currently owner operated By Corey Kadlec. The services that are provided include the following: Septic tank pumping and cleaning, car wash drain cleaning, and Grease Trap pumping and cleaning. Sewer and drain cleaning service is also provided with the aid of sewer auger machines, and high pressure water jetting. Water Jetting is very useful in lines which are obstructed with things like sand, or restaurant grease. Roots are cleaned out of lines with the auger machines. A pipe inspection camera allows us to see what is going on within a sewer and can help diagnose a problem, check to see what a line is made of, including orangeburg material, and locate where the sewer line runs to with a locator.
The Iowa Time of Transfer Septic Inspection Program was started on July 1, 2009 and requires every building or home with a septic system to have that system inspected prior to transfer of the deed. The truth is that the inspections will systematically eliminate illegal septic systems, these illegal systems usually discharge sewage onto the ground or even into creeks without treatment. Time of Transfer inspections will allow for failing systems to get fixed, it protects the home buyers, and protect the environment and public health.
In the septic business sometimes getting to the source of a problem requires going underground. Excavation work can be as easy as repairing a broken line to replacing a septic tank. Septic Services of Iowa is certified through the Iowa Onsite Waste Water Association (IOWWA) and the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) to install Septic Systems in the state of Iowa. Other excavation work includes, water line replacement, sewer lines, tiling and drainage. No job is too big or small for Septic Services of Iowa.
One of the biggest and easiest maintenance to increase the life of your septic system is to keep it on a regular pumping schedule. Septic tanks should be pumped anywhere between 3-5 years on average. The water usage, size of tank, and occupancy of the house or building will have greatly to do with how often you should get your septic tank pumped. A septic system that is properly installed, and maintained should last up to 30 years. Not sure how long you should go before next pumping? Septic pumpers are good at monitoring how many solids are in a septic tank and can set up a proper time period in between pumping and maintenance.