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Hot Deal

Offer Valid: 06/08/2020 - 08/31/2020
Never Dig It Again!
You Dig It! Septic and Cajun Royal Flush-Restrooms
Would like to offer to the Community to install your Septic Tank Riser.
Our offer to you:
1-Riser Products at Contractors Cost (Two Product Options)
              Tuf-Tite Riser System (Optional Safety Screen)
              Polylok Riser System (Optional Safety Screen)
2-Exposing the Septic Tank to determine and installing the Riser (Labor Cost)
3-Pump your septic if needed after exposing your Septic Tank for ($350)
4-You Dig It! Septic will guarantee and GRANDFATHER all Customers Septic removal for $350.00 with no changes of ownership (exception for family members).
Product Example Cost:
                                           Tank Diameter could be 24”, 20”, 12” height to ground level (4” and higher)
Polylok with Safety Screen          24” Diameter x 12” Rise to Ground Level ($233.80)
Tuf-Tite (No Safety Screen)          24” Diameter x 12” Rise to Ground Level ($ 81.53)
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers:
  1. What is a riser?
    A Riser is a pipe made of either plastic, fiberglass. Or concrete. It creates a vertical portable at the ground surface for easy access to the septic tank for inspection and pumping.
  2. How much does it cost to put a riser on a septic tank?
    Installing a Septic Tank Riser will give you access to your Septic Tank at ground level by adding a piped shaft from the top of the tank to the ground level. An average cost for Septic Tank Riser is $300 to $400 very much worth it to give maintenance easy access.
  3. How often does a 1000 Gallon Septic Tank need to pump?
    A 1,000 Gallon Septic Tank used by two people should be pumped every 5 to 9 years. If there are a family of 8 people using a 1,000 Gallon Septic Tank it should be pumped every year.
  4. What happens if you do not pump your Septic Tank?
    If the tank is not pumped, the solids will build up in the tank and holding capacity of the tank will be diminished. Eventually, the solids will reach the pipe that feeds into the drain field, causing clogs. Which will cause your Wastewater to back up in your Home.

This Hot Deal is promoted by Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce.

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