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Septic System Services Magnolia, TX

Your #1 Source for Septic Services

If your house does not connect to a municipal sewer, you likely have a septic system on your property that treats wastewater from your bathrooms, washing machine, and drains. Like many homeowners, you probably never give your septic system a second thought until something goes wrong.

At 1 Source Water Well & Septic, our fully licensed and insured team is prepared to take the entire septic system responsibility off your shoulders so that you don’t have to give it another thought. We provide a range of septic system services, including repair, installation, maintenance, and inspection services to keep your septic system flowing smoothly.

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Septic System Services We Provide

At 1 Source Water Well & Septic, we provide a complete range of residential septic system services. 

You can trust our team to install, inspect, repair, and design septic systems to suit your family’s and your property’s needs.

  • Septic System Installation

    Whether you are building a home on a new property or simply looking to begin using a septic system with an existing home, we will provide full-service septic system installation you can trust. When installing your new septic system, our team will prepare your septic system, apply for permits and approvals from the city, excavate the septic tank location, insert the septic tank, install the pump chamber, and lay the leach field pipes.

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  • Septic Service Contracts

    Maintaining your septic system regularly is essential to preserving its integrity and helping it last for many years. At 1 Source Water Well & Septic, we provide maintenance contracts to ensure that you never forget to schedule a maintenance service with our team.

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  • Septic System Upgrades, Replacement, and Repairs

    Most septic systems last anywhere from 15 to 20 years with proper maintenance and repairs. However, when it comes time to replace your septic system, you can trust our team to recommend a suitable upgrade and install the new system with expertise and precision. We’ll examine your existing system then recommend a conventional septic system or aerobic septic system to replace it.

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  • Septic System Inspections

    We provide thorough, detailed inspections as part of our maintenance process. You can feel confident placing the health and safety of your septic system in our hands.

  • Septic System Engineering & Design

    When you hire our team for your septic system installation or replacement, we will design a state-of-the-art system specifically for your property. We’ll consider your grade counters, soil type, and drainage needs, then create a system that optimizes benefits for your property.

Schedule Your Septic Service Now

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For immediate assistance, call (936) 297-8991.

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What Is a Septic System?

A septic system is an underground wastewater structure that pumps waste away from your house. Most septic systems consist of three parts:

1   A Septic Tank
2   A Pump Chamber
3   A Leach Field

Your septic tank is a large underground structure that collects the wastewater from your property and separates the solids from the liquids. Your tank pumps the fluids out through the pump chamber and into the leach field, which is a series of underground pipes that flow into the ground.

Septic systems are most common in rural properties that do not connect to centralized or municipal sewer systems.

The Importance of a Septic System & How to Keep It Healthy

The primary purpose of a septic system is to dispose of the wastewater from your property. The system separates the solids from the wastewater, decomposes the solids, and drains liquids to the leach field.

Many people leave their septic systems on the back burner, assuming they will continue working correctly without any inspections or maintenance. However, without adequate care, your septic system could begin contaminating the ground and surface water flowing to your property, creating a negative impact upon your family’s health and the environment.

One way to ensure that your septic system remains healthy and flowing correctly is to schedule an inspection with our team at 1 Source Water Well & Septic. During an inspection appointment, our team will remove the cover on your septic tank, check the water level, examine any backflow from the pump, and look for issues in your leach field.

Septic System Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I have my septic tank pumped?

Generally, it’s recommended to pump your septic tank every 3 to 5 years, but the frequency might vary based on household size, water usage, and tank size.

What signs indicate a problem with my septic system?

Septic system warning signs include slow drains, sewage backups, foul odors, lush grass around the tank, standing water in the septic drain field, or gurgling sounds in the plumbing. If you notice any of these, it’s wise to have your system inspected.

Can I use additives to improve my septic system's performance?

It’s often unnecessary and sometimes harmful. Regular pumping and proper waste disposal habits are usually enough to maintain a healthy septic system.

How do I maintain my septic system?

Regular septic maintenance involves monitoring water usage, avoiding excessive use of harsh chemicals, proper waste disposal (no grease, chemicals, or non-biodegradable items), and routine septic system inspections.

What happens during a septic system inspection?

Inspections typically involve checking for leaks, measuring scum and sludge layers, inspecting the drain field, and evaluating the overall system’s health.

What can damage a septic system?

Harsh chemicals, grease, excessive water usage, flushing non-biodegradable items, and neglecting routine maintenance can damage your septic system. – Septic System Mistakes to Avoid.

Can I build over or landscape around my septic system?

It is possible but must be done cautiously. Certain plants and trees can damage the system by infiltrating pipes or disrupting the drain field. Always consult a professional before landscaping near a septic system.

How long does a septic system last?

With proper maintenance, a septic system can last for decades. However, factors such as usage, maintenance, and quality of installation can affect your septic system’s lifespan.

What's the cost of installing a new septic system?

Septic system installation costs can vary widely depending on factors like system size, location, soil conditions, and local regulations. It’s best to get quotes from reputable professionals.

Areas We Service

1 Source is proud to offer septic services in;

Choose the Best Septic Service Around; 1 Source Water Well & Septic

Your septic system plays a major role in your wastewater treatment and your family’s health. Hiring expert septic system services is essential to ensure that it works properly year after year.

At 1 Source Water Well & Septic, we prioritize quality and excellence throughout all of the septic system services we provide. We offer:

  • Better quality products
  • Impressive availability and fast turnaround
  • Financing
  • 1 year warranty
  • Septic and water well packages

For septic services you can count on, contact our team at 1 Source Water Well & Septic today to schedule a service appointment – 936-297-8991