SEPTIC TANK
INSPECTIONS

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tammy trotter
tammy trotter
2021-12-30
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Markel Price
Markel Price
2021-12-22
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Thomas Longacre
Thomas Longacre
2021-12-22
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Shawn Paddock
Shawn Paddock
2021-12-21
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Brad P
Brad P
2021-12-21
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Christopher Kite
Christopher Kite
2021-12-17
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Very timely in drop-off. Pick-up was delayed but wasn't charged for the extra days. Would certainly use On-Call again.
Robert Rogers
Robert Rogers
2021-12-17
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They were very responsive to call and always had a drop off the next day. I’d waste needed dumped, next day. Also kept up on cleaning of porta post with out having to be called. Always called and asked where we wanted item to be placed. Extremely professional.
William Runnels
William Runnels
2021-12-16
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William Fern
William Fern
2021-12-14
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I lost my mother in March of 2021 and I had to come to Oklahoma from Indiana and deal with her estate. She was a hoarder, so I knew I was in for a chore. This was the ONLY company willing to make this happen in under 24 hours aside from Waste Management who charged 2x for a smaller bin. They were 5 mins early dropping off as well. Friendly, efficient, and professional to the T.
Brandon M
Brandon M
2021-12-14
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    Septic Tank Inspection Services in Tulsa

    A visual inspection involves flushing the toilets and running the faucets for several minutes to surge the system and check for leaks or other problems. It should also include a walk-through of the yard area above the septic system.

    While visual inspections are sometimes carried out by home inspectors, working with a qualified septic service professional is always recommended.

    A full inspection is more thorough and examines the inside of your septic tank to check the water level. This helps the inspector determine if there is a leak or if the system is overloaded.

    In most cases during a full inspection, the septic tank is pumped and the drainfield monitored for backflow. The inspector will also examine the pipes to ensure there is nothing blocking water flow from the house to the tank.

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    Two types of septic system Inspections: Visual & Full

    A visual inspection involves flushing the toilets and running the faucets for several minutes to surge the system and check for leaks or other problems. It should also include a walk-through of the yard area above the septic system.

    While visual inspections are sometimes carried out by home inspectors, working with a qualified septic service professional is always recommended.

    A full inspection is more thorough and examines the inside of your septic tank to check the water level. This helps the inspector determine if there is a leak or if the system is overloaded.

    In most cases during a full inspection, the septic tank is pumped and the drainfield monitored for backflow. The inspector will also examine the pipes to ensure there is nothing blocking water flow from the house to the tank.

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    Why choose on call services to inspect your septic tank?

    When your septic system inspection is carried out by our team of licensed septic inspectors, you’ll receive complete documentation of everything that was done—and the peace of mind that comes from knowing it was done the right way.

    On Call Services performs comprehensive, camera-assisted inspections that adhere to all DEQ (Department of Environmental Quality) standards.

    If our expert technicians uncover any problems during your septic system inspection, they know exactly how to handle it—from clogged tanks to drainfield failure. We use only state-of-the-art equipment to repair, maintain and replace any and every part of any variety septic system.

    As with septic pumping, if you can’t remember the last time you had an inspection or if more than a year has passed, it’s time to call us. Inspections not only alert you to larger—and potentially costly—problems, but they ensure your septic system is working efficiently and safely for everyone in your home.

    If you notice a problem: Maybe you’ve noticed unusual odors around toilets or drains, sluggish or weak flushing toilets, sinks that are slow to drain, or wet spots or lush plant growth over your drainfield.

    If you are planning to remodel or add on to your home: Not only do you want to make sure your septic system is up to the challenge, but you also want to avoid building above your septic tank or on your drainfield.