NC Certified Level IV Wastewater System Installer
Queen's Septic Tank Service offers expert residential septic tank pumping services in the Triad and surrounding areas.
Our highly experienced team is trained to meet all of your home's needs.Call Us: (336) 870-1144
We understand you want the best for your home and a system that will last. We offer personalized services to meet the unique needs of your home.
Our staff is qualified to perform this essential maintenance task to keep your septic system in good working order and help you avoid unnecessary repairs.
Life happens. That's why we offer emergency service 24 hours a day/7 days a week. You can count on us to be there when you need us the most.
Clogs, roots, system failures, and more. We've seen it all in our 30+ years of business. Whatever the problem is, we take care of it with septic tank cleaning and repairs.
Light Grading Services
Let our team make your home projects a little easier. Our state-of-the-art machinery and experience in heavy equipment operation will make light work of your overwhelming tasks.
We provide an honest and thorough assessment of the septic system condition for your real estate transactions. If you are buying or selling a home, we highly recommend this service.
Conventional Septic System
Large Diameter Pipe Septic System
Chamber Trench Septic System
T & J Panel Block System
Low Profile Chamber Septic System
Poly-styrene Aggregate Septic System
Low Pressure Pipe Septic System
Fill Septic Systems
Did You Know?
On average, septic tank pumping should be performed every 3-5 years, more often if you have a large household or use a garbage disposal.
Tips for Maintaining Your Septic System
courtesy of NC State Extension Publications LEARN MORE
Do not put too much water into the septic system; typical water use is about 50 gallons per day for each person in the family.
Do not add materials (chemicals, sanitary napkins, applicators, and so on) other than domestic wastewater.
Restrict the use of your garbage disposal.
Do not pour grease or cooking oils down the sink drain.
Make a diagram showing the location of your tank, drainfield, and repair area.
Install a watertight riser over the septic tank to simplify access.
Have the effluent filter in the septic tank cleaned periodically by a professional.
Have the solids pumped out of the septic tank periodically.
Maintain adequate vegetative cover over the drainfield.
Keep surface waters away from the tank and drainfield.
Keep automobiles and heavy equipment off the system.
Do not plan any building additions, pools, driveways, or other construction work near the septic system or the repair area.