Septic Systems

Specialized Services

•New Septic Tank System Installation  •Grease Trap & Lift Station Installation and Repair  •Drainfield Installation & Repair  •Septic Tank and Grease Trap Cleaning  •DOH / Mortgage Inspections  •Permitting / Consultation / Design  •No Mound System  •ATU and Drip Systems - Environmentally Friendly

Taking Care of Your Septic System

Taking proper care of your Septic System is vital in preventing costly repairs down the road.  Your system has been designed specifically for your home.  Day to day management is essential to keep your Septic System functioning properly to do the job it was designed to do, and save you from a financial headache down the road.

How Does it Work?

Septic tanks contain bacteria that grow best in oxygen-poor conditions.  These bacteria carry out a portion of the treatment process by converting most solids into liquids and gases.  Bacteria that require oxygen thrive in the drainfield and complete the treatment process begun in the septic tank.  If the septic tank is working well, the wastewater which flows out of the tank is relatively clear, although it still has an odor and may carry disease organisms.  It should flow only into the drainfield.  Never onto the grounds surface or into Florida waters.


*Information compiled from FOWA

Homebuyers Guide to Septic Systems - Q&A's

When buying a new home, it's important to have answers and know what to expect with owning a Septic Tank.  Click the link below to find out more.

Pumping the Septic Tank

Septic Tanks should have periodic maintainance for proper care of the Septic System.  It is recommended that your tank be pumped every 3 - 5 years, depending on the household sewage flow and water usage.  View the Do's and Don'ts section to learn more.

Do's and Don'ts - Preventing Failures

Septic Tanks Systems are at risk for failure if precautuions are not taken into consideration.    Do not flush:   

Coffee Grinds          Dental Floss

Disposable Diapers          Kitty Litter

Sanitary Napkins     Tampons

Cigarette Butts     Condoms

Fats, Grease or Oil     Paper Towels

Paints, Varnishes or Thinners

Photographic Solutions

Pesticides          Antibiotics

Contact Us

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Ted's Septic Tanks, Inc.

130 Ed Scanlon Ln, Seffner, Florida 33584, United States

(813) 685-1830

Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00am- 4:30pm

Saturday: 8:00am - 12:00pm

Sunday: Closed