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Your septic system is probably the most neglected appliance/utility in your home until it fails. Extend the life of your septic system with regular maintenance from American Septic & Portable Systems.
You can also call us when you need your septic system inspected prior to the sale or deed transfer of your home or building. Call us for more information.
When your septic tank has not been properly serviced over a period, solids will build up within the tank and clog the cesspool walls. Call us to pump out the waste from your septic tank and cesspool. Our pumping service is available all year round. Allow us to help you maintain your septic system. Please call us at 712-433-1662.
Is your current system showing age or in need of repair? Our team of trained specialist will diagnose the issues and provide solutions. From minor to major issues, American Septic & Portable Services can help you with all our your septic systems needs. We can set up regular maintenance programs so you never have to worry about any large unexpected expenses. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.
Over the years, we’ve installed many different septic systems, in all types of terrain and have overcome many challenges. Our team of experts will work with you to determine which septic system best suits your needs. There are many different options of septic systems and we are here to help you. Different septic systems include conventional septic systems, chamber septic systems, drip distribution systems, aerobic treatment units and more. Contact us today to determine what best fits your needs.
State law requires that every home and building served by a septic system have that septic system inspected prior to the sale or deed transfer of the home/building. All inspections must be conducted by an inspector that has been certified by the Iowa DNR. The purpose of the law is to eliminate sub-standard or polluting septic systems. A sub-standard septic system is one that has no treatment (secondary treatment) following the septic tank or has a secondary treatment system that has failed. These sub-standard septic systems pose an environmental and public health hazard and require repair. If you have a septic system with a septic tank AND a secondary treatment system such as a seepage (leach) field, sand filter or other approved device, and it is not creating a public health or environmental hazard, it does not have to meet current code.