LENTZ Septic Tank Service
Lentz Septic Tank Service is a family owned & operated company,
offering high quality, reliable service
to our customers since 1958.
We offer emergency services and scheduled maintenance agreements.
Lentz Septic Tank Service offers scheduled maintenance programs for grease trap service, commercial and residential septic pumping and subsurface contract inspection. Emergency service is offered, usually at no additional charge. While we are pumping your septic tank, we can provide helpful information based on an assessment of your drainage problems. When there is a slow drain or complete blockage, most often the problem originates from the septic tank. Our trained, experienced staff – Keith’s son, Jason, works in the field pumping tanks, jetting sewer lines, and his son, Jarrid, works in the field repairing, installing and assessing septic and sewer systems.
Our friendly office staff will answer the phone or returns calls immediately during business hours. Someone is in the office to answer phones and schedule site visits Monday – Friday 8-5, except major holidays. All emergency calls after hours should be placed with a message stating the nature of the emergency.
Lentz Septic Tank Service and Grease Trap Service trucks are available in all sizes to fit into tight spaces, or extract large amounts of water or waste. Before we leave a facility after pumping a grease trap, we always make sure that the tank is cleaned out, scraped on the sides and bottom. The areas around the trap are mopped up if any water splashed out during the process.
We stand behind all of our work and provide high quality service every time. It rarely happens, but if a customer ever does have a problem with our service, our employees or our quality, we make that the problem is resolved immediately. When we pump a septic tank and find any additional repairs that will help our customer save money of time, or prevent future damage, we will advise the customer of the work that we recommend and the cost of the repair. Particularly, installing risers, which can make it easier to find and access next time the tank needs to be pumped.