Line Locating & Camera Snake

We can locate your septic system and drain field using a combination of modern technology, public records, and visual indicators.

Septic tanks are installed as discreetly as possible so as not to be noticeable in your yard. Sometimes, however, there are visual clues as to their whereabouts. Most tanks are buried underground. A small mound or indent in the land could indicate a buried tank.

If your home was built after it became mandatory to record the information, the location of the septic tank could be in the public property records.

There are several issues that could prevent your septic tank from working properly. When we inspect your line using a camera snake, we're looking for potential threats, like: leaks, cracks, punctures and tree roots.

Identifying the specific issue will help us determine if a simple repair or comprehensive replacement is necessary.

Four steps to a healthy septic system

  • Inspect. Yearly inspection of filter and pump your tank as necessary.
  • Use water efficiently. Do not wash all of your laundry on the same day, but spread over a couple of days. High water usage will stir up your septic tank, disturbing the settling process and pushing solids out into the drain area, or prematurely clogging effluent filter.
  • Do not flush these. Do not dispose of household hazardous wastes, plastic or anything anti-bacterial in sinks or toilets.
  • Properly protect your drain field. Only plant grass over your drain field. The roots from trees or shrubs can damage or clog the drain field. Do not place small buildings over any part of your system. Do not drive or park any car or other heavy vehicle over your drain field.

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(209) 845-1800


PO Box 266 Oakdale CA 95361

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