We offer aerobic system maintenance contracts to fit the needs of Montgomery, Liberty, Harris, and Polk Counties.
We offer septic system pumping as a separate service for those that just need their system pumped.
We repair all brands and types of systems. Please give us a call and let us diagnose what is wrong with your system.
The first thing we do and the most important thing that we do is to determine what site conditions will affect your septic system design.
After the site evaluation is complete we discuss with our customer the pros and cons of the types of septic systems that your site will support.
We install conventional systems as well as aerobic systems. Your designer will determine the type of system that is required.
On-Site Sewage Facility of Texas is North Houston's premier septic service company offering a wide array of services for the home or business owner. We service Montgomery County, Waller County, Liberty County, Harris County, San Jacinto County, Polk County, and the surrounding area of Texas.
Our goal is to simplify the subject of your Septic System and reduce the anxiety that goes along with it so that you can make an informed decision about the care and maintenance of your Septic System.
Starting from the very simple little issue to the very complex large installations we strive to have the answer and most economical solution that you need in order for your Septic System to function as designed.
MAINTAINING YOUR SEPTIC SYSTEM
Maintenance contracts are something that is required by the Authorized Agent. Maintenance is what we do in order to make sure that your septic system is operating efficiently and prolongs the life of your equipment. Cleaning filters for both the air compressor and the effluent pumps are key to extending the life of these parts. They are expensive to replace but a little maintenance on them can extend their life.
Another item that if properly maintained can extend the life of your air compressor is the air diffuser. Over time the pores that allow the bubbles to be made will become clogged and when this happens the air pressure in the system rises and causes the air compressor to work harder and heat up. This accelerates the wear and tear on the air compressor.
The effluent pump which empties the pump tank is the next item of concern. When the system isn't pumped regularly and solid material is allowed to build up in the pump tank then the inlet filter on the effluent pump will become restricted. This will cause the effluent pump to work harder and heat up more which will reduce the useful life expectancy of the pump. Just one more reason to pump your system regularly.
Lastly is the control panel. Lightning, ants, and water are the problems. We can't do to much about lightning but the prevention of ants and water are the keys to keeping the control panel in good working order.