Septic Repairs And Installations

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SEPTIC REPAIR PROS

TRUSTED SEPTIC CONTRACTORS FOR OVER 50 YEARS

For over 50 years, Acosta & Sons has been the go-to septic contractor in Los Angeles, providing reliable and efficient solutions for all septic system needs. Our dedicated team is committed to informing and guiding you through every step of the repair process, ensuring your peace of mind and the smooth functioning of your system.

With extensive experience in the field, we possess in-depth knowledge of the latest building codes and are well-equipped to handle repairs for various septic tank models. From minor fixes to major overhauls, we’ve encountered and successfully resolved a wide range of issues over the years.

When it comes to a backed-up septic system, time is of the essence. What may start as a small problem can escalate rapidly if left unattended. That’s why our prompt response and efficient repair services are essential. Utilizing cutting-edge tools and technology, we can pinpoint the precise area in need of repair, streamlining the process and ultimately saving you money on labor costs.

At Acosta & Sons, we understand the importance of a properly functioning septic system for your home or business. Trust us to deliver reliable, high-quality repair services tailored to your specific needs.

SEPTIC SYSTEMS

QUALITY SEPTIC YOU CAN RELY ON.

Have you performed your routine septic system check yet?

Routine septic system checks are essential for ensuring the proper functioning of the system and identifying any potential issues before they escalate. Here are some steps typically involved in a routine septic system check:

  1. Visual Inspection: Check the area around the septic tank and drain field for any signs of pooling water, lush vegetation, or foul odors, which could indicate a problem.
  2. Check Tank Levels: If your septic tank has access ports, open them to check the levels of scum and sludge. Excessive buildup of either may indicate that the tank needs to be pumped.
  3. Inspect Distribution Box: If your system includes a distribution box, inspect it for any signs of damage or blockages.
  4. Check Pump (if applicable): If your system includes a pump, ensure that it is functioning properly and inspect for any signs of damage or malfunction.
  5. Record Observations: Keep a record of your observations, including any maintenance performed and any issues identified, for future reference.

It’s generally recommended to have a professional inspect your septic system every 1-3 years, depending on usage. Regular maintenance and inspections are crucial for prolonging the life of your septic system and preventing costly repairs.

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COURTESY

WE LEAVE YOUR SPACE BETTER THAN WE FOUND IT.

At Acosta & Sons, we understand the importance of minimizing disruption and maintaining a peaceful environment during our projects. We take pride in our commitment to ensuring that any necessary removals are carried out with care and that everything is put back in pristine condition.

We collaborate with experienced geo-techs to meticulously plan and execute the replacement process. From handling paperwork and permits to the actual installation of your new system, we manage every step of the project with precision and expertise. Our goal is to provide you with a modern, efficient septic system that will serve your property for years to come.

When you choose Acosta & Sons for your septic system replacement, you can trust that you’re receiving top-notch service from a team dedicated to your satisfaction.

REPLACEMENT OR NEW INSTALLATION

WHAT TO EXPECT WITH A NEW SEPTIC SYSTEM 

  1. Initial Assessment: Our team will conduct a thorough assessment of your property to determine the most suitable location for the new septic system.
  2. Permitting and Planning: We will handle all necessary permits and paperwork required for the installation. This may involve obtaining permits from local authorities and ensuring compliance with building codes and regulations.
  3. Excavation and Preparation: Once permits are secured, we’ll begin excavation work to prepare the site for the new septic system.
  4. Installation of Components: The new septic system components, including the tank, distribution box (if applicable), and drain field pipes, will be installed according to the design plan.
  5. Connection and Testing: Once the components are in place, they will be connected and tested to ensure proper functionality.
  6. Backfilling and Restoration: After testing is complete and the system is deemed operational, the trenches will be backfilled, and the site will be restored to its original condition as much as possible.
  7. Final Inspection and Approval: A final inspection will be conducted to verify that the new septic system meets all regulatory requirements.

We understand the importance of timely and efficient septic system replacement, and we’re committed to delivering high-quality service that exceeds your expectations.

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