Lamprey Suburban Septic Service15 Holland St, Moultonboro, NH 03254
Lamprey Suburban Septic Service is a family owned and operated septic company located in Moultonborough, NH, serving the Lakes Region since the 1950's. For three generations, we have provided homeowners and businesses with efficient and cost effective solutions for their septic needs large and small. Our goal is to provide our customers with high quality and courteous service. If you have questions about your septic system, please call. We provide service to the northern Lakes Region and Pemi Valley area. We also provide service to the islands of Lake Winnipesaukee. Call us today we look forward to serving your septic service needs in the most efficient and economical way. We Provide The Following Services Locating and uncovering septic tank. Residential septic tank pumping. Commercial septic tank pumping. Commercial kitchen grease removal. Septic Pumps installed and repaired. Commercial lift stations serviced and maintained. Full Service Sewer and Drain Service Commercial & Residential. Video Camera Inspections. Drains unclogged. Frozen lines thawed. Unclog Perimeter Drains. Mobile Pressure Washing. Vent pipe filters. We have over 200 feet of hose to minimize impact on your property. We have 4 radio dispatched trucks for faster service. We provide emergency service 7 days a week. Septic system inspections for real estate transactions. Portable toilet rentals. ....And other related services If you have questions about our services or to schedule maintenance call us at (603) 476-5557 OR E-Mail email@example.com Conserve water whenever possible ¿ Install water saving devices ¿ Use liquid laundry soap ¿ Call us if you have a garbage disposal for recommendations ¿ Do not flush pet waste, baby wipes, disposable diapers, feminine sanitary products, dental floss, paper towels, facial tissues, coffee grounds or anything else that could clog your septic system ¿ Maintain your septic system on a regular basis, every 1-5 years. Call us to discuss your use and we will recommend a schedule. Pumping the tank removes the sludge retained in the tank and will help prevent impact on the leaching area. ¿ Septic tank should be marked or location written down for future reference ¿ Keep leaching area trimmed. Prune trees to allow southern exposure when possible. Do not plant trees or shrubs on leachfield. ¿ Do not drive or place structures on leaching area such as garden sheds, gazebos etc If you have any questions regarding our recommendations call us at (603) 476-5557 or email firstname.lastname@example.org FAQ's Q: What is a septic tank? A: A septic tank is a watertight container, generally made of concrete, that is buried on your property and that receives wastewater from your home. Q: How often should my septic system be cleaned? A: Septic tanks should be pumped and inspected every 2 years, but cleaning depends on your tank size and the frequency of use. Q: How do I know what kind of system I need for my property? A: A septic designer can advise you about what system would work well with your specific property and needs. Q: Why do I need to have my septic system inspected before I sell my property? A: New Hampshire real estate and loan company rules state that a property?s septic system must be inspected before the buyer can be approved for a loan. Q: I am not experiencing any problems with my septic system, do I need to have it pumped anyway? A: Absolutely! Regular septic system maintenance is the only way to ensure that your system will remain problem free.