If your lift station isn’t working properly, call our team for help.
When a septic system is designed to fit on a property, the septic contractor takes several factors into account when creating the custom design. In some cases, a system isn’t able to rely on gravity to move the waste as it comes through the pipes and into the septic tank. In this situation, the septic contractor will typically add a lift station into the plan, which is designed to move liquid and solid waste from a lower elevation to a higher elevation, such as a tank that is buried on property located up higher than the pipes connecting to the home.
A lift station is a commonly used component in septic systems for property owners in the Dover, Florida area. Your lift station may rely on a receiving well, a set of pipes, a power supply system that allows it to operate, and/or a pump that moves the water out. At Brandon Septic, we understand the need for lift stations and can provide installation, maintenance, and repair of this component within septic systems. We have been serving local clients for the last three decades and continue to provide excellent service to each septic system owner we serve.
If your lift station isn’t working properly, call our team for help. We’ll send an experienced technician to your property who can figure out what is causing the problem with the lift station and come up with a plan to get it up and running again. In addition to lift station service, we also provide a wide range of septic services, including the installation of new systems, repairs and maintenance on existing systems, and pumping and cleaning service.