Pumping - Septic Systems



Roto-Rooter Plumbers can dependably and professionally vacuum, pump, and haul the liquid waste and sludge from septic tanks, sand pits, grease traps, catch basins, car wash sump pits, and other liquid waste receptacles.

Roto-Rooter Plumbers of Huntsville and Madison County can set your up your business on a time-and-money-saving preventive maintenance pumping schedule, or we can just come quickly when you call us. Either way you get the top-quality commercial service of the best-known name in the business. Our grease trap pumping service thoroughly pumps and cleans your grease trap, eliminating the odor and safety problems associated with poorly maintained grease traps. Unlike some services that just skim the trap or leave hardened deposits, Roto-Rooter grease trap pumping technicians clean the entire grease trap and scrape away hardened grease. This thorough cleaning means you'll need your grease trap pumped less often, and there's no accumulation of old grease, which can cause unpleasant odors. Professional Roto-Rooter grease trap and waste pumping service ensures the job is done right from start to finish, protecting everyone concerned and the environment from health and safety risks.



Roto-Rooter Plumbers of Huntsville and Madison County provides a variety of fast and professional septic services. We will inspect your septic system for leaks, signs of back-up and proper operation. Septic systems should be inspected by a professional every 3 years. Additionally, systems with mechanical or electrical components typically require annual checks. We can also assess the scum and sludge layers in your tank to determine an appropriate pumping schedule. Roto-Rooter Plumbers offers septic pumping, system inspection, repair or replace field lines, pump repair or replacement, and home purchase septic inspections.



• 48% of Alabama household are on a septic system, of these 28% are failing for various reasons. Lack of regular maintenance and improper installation cause these costly failures. Regular maintenance is key to the septic system operating properly for years of trouble free service.

• A properly functioning septic tank can provide several years of trouble-free service.

• The Alabama Health Department recommends that you clean your septic tank every 3 to 5 years.