Referrals & FAQs

Perk Test

Septic Service Tulsa County OK

Use a perk test to determine how well your property’s soil absorbs water. A full test typically costs around $250.

  • Don Weddle (918) 698-3112
  • Mark Fleming (918) 698-3139
  • Owen Goss (918) 857-4515

Plumbing

  • Greg Wicks (918) 697-8490

Soil Profile Test

  • Bradley Hamilton (918) 519-5472
  • Joe Glover (918) 617-2596
  • Mendie Campbell (918) 671-4296

New Home Construction

  • Brian Wiggs Homes (918) 518-5678
  • BMI Construction (918) 369-9669
  • Mendie Campbell (918) 671-4296
  • John Wyrick Homes (918) 510-0331
  • Kirkendall Homes (918) 691-8498
  • Osco Construction (918) 637-9436

Backhoe Work

A master backhoe operator, Ronnie Christmas has more than 40 years of experience. Contact him at (918) 355-2483. Our own Milty also has more than 20 years of experience and can be contacted at (918) 605-0369.

Tips from Doc

Q: How often should I get my septic tank pumped?
Tip: Septic tank should be pumped every 3 to 5 years depending on usage.

Q: Is there anything I should be adding to my tank?
Tip: There are a few products in the plumbing section of your local Lowe’s, Home Depot, Sutherland’s. Rid-ex is commonly advertised on television to be used once a month, we recommend Roebic K-37. Unlike Rid-ex which contains eggs and enzymes, which have to hatch to start working, 2 quarts of Roebic K-37, which is live bacteria, flushed down the stool once a year will start working right away.

Q: I keep adding chlorine to my aerobic system and the water stinks. What is going on?
Tip: An aerobic system works by pumping air into the treatment tank to promote aerobic bacteria, which eats the anaerobic bacteria (the stinky stuff). If aerobic system is producing a foul odor it could be: lack of air flow, hydraulic overload (too much water running through the system at one time), and/or not enough anaerobic bacteria to feed the aerobic bacteria. Adding more chlorine will make it smell worse. You will need to have the system serviced to find out your specific problem. Click here for more information on Aerobic Sewage Systems.