Septic System Installation & Replacement

Dixie Septic can install a new septic system on your property or replace the existing one. We can install or replace every component of your septic system.

  1. Ejector pump, grinder pump (optional)
  2. Inlet sewer pipe (property to tank)
  3. Septic tank
  4. Lift station or pump tank (optional)
  5. Outlet sewer pipe (tank to drainfield)
  6. Drainfield (distribution box and drainlines)
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Septic Repair & Inspections

Dixie Septic offers septic repair, maintenance and inspections. Every other septic inspection should likely include a septic pumping.

Septic systems should be inspected every 1 to 2 years

At this time if any maintenance or repairs are needed we will let you know. Depending on the type of repair we may be able to fix it at that time or we can schedule a time to come back to complete the repair if new supplies or equipment are needed.

Septic repairs can include repairs to the septic inlet pipes, septic outlet pipes, the septic tank, or the septic drainfield, including the distribution box and septic drainlines.

Septic Pumping & Cleaning

When was the last time you had your septic tank pumped?

Dixie Septic Tank Services offers fast response, prompt, professional septic pumping and septic cleaning throughout greater Acworth Georgia.

Septic tanks need to be pumped every 3 to 5 years

Septic pumping is required off all properties that have a septic system. There's no way around it. Homeowners and businesses with septic tanks must have them cleaned out to keep them from overflowing.

  • Septic Tank Locating
  • Septic Pumping
  • Septic Cleaning

A full septic tank can wreak havoc on your entire septic system; it can damage your tank, your drain field, the inlet and outlet pipes. A full septic tank can backup into your home or property, causing hazardous waste water to come out of your floor drains or even toilets that aren't properly sealed.

Drainfield Repair, Installation & Troubleshooting

After your septic tank separates solid waste, the liquid transfers to your drainfield via gravity, contaminates are naturally removed, and then the water is absorbed back into the ground.

Most septic problems and failures tend to be a problem with the drainfield as opposed to the septic tank. For septic system owners, a properly working drainfield is paramount to avoiding the high cost of expensive septic system replacements. Drainfield problems can be caused by flooding, parking and driving on the drain field, as well as planting trees or shrubs too close to your drainfield.