The best thing you can do for your septic pumper is help them cut costs and save time. Because working in the liquid waste industry has its challenges, we enjoy working with our customers to get the job done right and efficiently.  

In this blog, we will highlight the top four ways that you can help your septic pumper get the job done faster, more efficiently and for a lower price. By helping your pumper save, you’re helping them do a better job and allowing them to effectively run their business. Then they can continue to serve you and the surrounding region.

Top 3 Ways to Help Your Septic Pumper

 

1. Write a Positive Review

The greatest compliment you can give a company is a positive review. When people leave reviews for our company, we take it to heart. Not to mention, it saves us on advertising efforts and costs. Then we can save up more money so that we can continue to provide the best septic services in the area. If you have a minute, we would love to hear from you!

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2. Know Where Your Lids Are

Sometimes it can be a challenge to find the septic tank lids easily. If this is the case, then the pumper has to spend extra time looking for the lids. This means they will have to charge extra for the amount of time it took to pump your tank, and it could affect their schedule for the rest of the day. In order to make the pumper’s job easier and get the job done faster, you should keep your septic tank lids free of shrubs, bushes, flowers, trees, etc so they’re easy to spot.

3. Create Convenient Access

Most septic trucks are large (think cement truck), so it’s good to have trees trimmed and low hanging branches removed prior to service. The trucks sometimes have to access gated areas so it’s helpful to have wide gates that a large truck can drive through. In addition, if the tank is located in a fenced area, the driver will need to have a place to access the lids with the hoses via a walk through gate.

4. Schedule Regular Services

You should have your septic system pumped on a regular basis so that sludge doesn’t build up in the tank. If your tank is hard to clean, it can take a lot of extra time and work to pump it. If you schedule regular services, it can actually save you money because then you won’t have to worry about having to pay for repairs or additional maintenance fees. Plus it makes things a lot easier for the pumpers.

Contact a Septic Company Today

Front Range Septic is the best company to use for septic pumping in Northern Colorado. We offer a reasonable price for cleaning, maintenance, pumping and repair services. Not to mention, we’re a family owned and operated company, so taking care of our customers is a definite priority.

If you’re in need of septic pumping services, give us a call today at 970-302-0457.

Ken Starman
Ken and Jamie Starman are the owners of Front Range Septic. They purchased the business in October 2007 after they saw a need to provide quality septic & grease trap pumping services to the Northern Colorado region.

Ken grew up in rural Nebraska, making himself familiar with septic systems. Prior to the owning the septic business, he owned his own custom agriculture business for 22 years. His knowledge of dealing with different types of septic systems and how to properly maintain them has grown over his 10 years of operating the business. He has made it his goal to educate clients on their septic systems to ensure that they are getting their tank properly serviced. In addition, he understands the importance of working with restaurants and facilities that have grease interceptors to prevent costly shut downs due to improper maintenance of their grease traps. He attends wastewater trade shows for continuing education and to keep current with new regulations and trends in the industry. He enjoys the various clients he has worked with over the years and looks forward to continued growth in the future.

They both believe in providing excellent customer service. When you call Front Range Septic you will be speaking with the owners. They don’t just want your business once; they want you to be a lifetime customer.