Septic System Repair

Septic System Repairs

Having Problems with your septic system? Searching for septic system repair near me?

Septic system repair is an inconvenient but crucial aspect of maintaining a properly functioning wastewater treatment system for homes and properties not connected to a municipal sewer system. Regardless of the type of septic system installed - be it a conventional system, chamber system, drip distribution system, or an aerobic treatment unit - timely detection of issues and professional repair work can help prevent costly damage, environmental hazards, and health risks.

Caliber Septic Service is a septic services company that specializes in troubleshooting and repairing all kinds of septic systems including conventional, aerobic, chamber systems, and drip distribution systems.

We are based out of Garber, OK and serve Garfield County and the surrounding counties including: Kay, Payne, Noble, Major, Logan, Kingfisher, Grant, Blaine, and Alfalfa County.  We provide septic repair services in Garber, Enid, Medford, Ponca City, Tonkawa, Pond Creek, Perry, and more.   Whether you need something simple like an effluent filter replaced or more complex septic problems, we can diagnose what the issue is and come up with an acceptable repair to get your system running again.

Some Of The Septic Problems And Repairs We Encounter Are:

#1.  Pumping and cleaning the septic tank: Regular pumping and cleaning are essential to prevent solid waste buildup and ensure the proper functioning of the septic system. Over time, solids accumulate in the tank and can cause blockages or system failure if not removed.  Cleaning out the discharge pipes and removing any blockages are common system repairs.

#2.  Repairing or replacing damaged baffles: Baffles are essential components that prevent solids from entering the drain field. If they become damaged or corroded, they may need to be repaired or replaced to protect the drain field from clogging.

#3.  Clearing blockages in the pipes: Blockages in the pipes connecting the house to the septic tank or from the tank to the drain field can cause slow drains, sewage backups, and system failure. Clearing these blockages is a common repair.

#4.  Repairing or replacing the septic tank: Cracks, leaks, or corrosion in the septic tank can lead to system failure and environmental contamination. Depending on the extent of the damage, the tank may need to be repaired or replaced.  This is not the most common repair but it can happen.

#5.  Drain field repairs: Over time, the drain field can become clogged or damaged, leading to system failure. Repairs may involve replacing damaged sections, adding more drainage lines, or installing a new drain field altogether.

#6.  Fixing broken or damaged distribution boxes: The distribution box is responsible for evenly dispersing wastewater into the drain field. If it becomes damaged or clogged, it can cause uneven distribution and lead to drain field failure. Repair or replacement is necessary in such cases.

#7.  Repairing or replacing malfunctioning pumps: In systems with pumps, such as pressure distribution systems or aerobic treatment units, a malfunctioning pump can lead to system failure. Regular inspection and timely repair or replacement are crucial to maintaining system performance.

#8.  Replacing or repairing failed alarms or control panels: Alarms and control panels monitor and manage septic system components. If they fail or malfunction, the system may not operate correctly, and repairs may be necessary to restore functionality.

Septic systems are fairly simply systems but it is essential for home and property owners to regularly inspect and maintain their septic systems to prevent potential issues and address any necessary repairs promptly. Working with a professional septic system service provider like Caliber Septic Service can ensure the proper functioning and longevity of your system.

Caliber Septic Service Repairs Septic Systems In Garfield County & Surrounding Areas

Caliber Septic Service is a septic services company based out of Garber, OK and serve Garfield County and the surrounding counties including: Kay, Payne, Noble, Major, Logan, Kingfisher, Grant, Blaine, and Alfalfa County.

We specialize in diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing septic systems that aren't working properly.  Whether you have a clog and sewage is backing up, toilets won't flush, or you have effluent smells or pooling up on your property, we can help! We offer prompt and efficient service that is competitively priced.

If you need septic system repairs please give us a call  (580) 548-7498 or fill out our contact form and we’ll get right back to you.