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Here at Baker Septic, we’re all about making things easy for our customers. That’s why we’ve streamlined our contact process to ensure you can reach out to us quickly and without any fuss.

Should you require immediate help or wish to set up a service appointment, our dedicated phone line is just a call away. Our friendly customer service team is always ready to assist you with any queries or concerns.

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Excellent4.6 Based on 256 reviews from review us onJosh GellerJosh Geller ★★★★★ Francisco came out to do our annual inspection. He was very friendly and knowledgeable and gave me good info about how my system worked and how to maintain it. I would definitely recommend Baker Septic to anyone and ask for Francisco to do your job!Peggy ParkerPeggy Parker ★★★★★ All I can say is the company was faced with a few extra, unexpected hurdles -- all from my end -- and managed to clear them with ease. This was my first time ordering service and I had a chaotic morning that could have resulted in me not being able to meet the truck, but I called the office to see if they could nail down the arrival (they offer a four-hour window) so they contacted the driver and texted me right back. Once here, Aaron was that perfect combination of a professional -- he answered my questions quickly with extra relevant info -- who has a happy outlook on life.In other words, he was a pleasure to have here. He offered further information related to my earlier questions and took five minutes to answer questions about the drain field after the tank was pumped. He finished sooner that we expected. At the front end, the office gave me the range of prices, and Aaron elaborated on that once he saw my system.I am happy with the price and especially happy with the quality of work Aaron and the Baker Septic team did. I highly recommend them.George MaddenGeorge Madden ★★★★☆ One of Baker Septic’s employees, Francisco G. was able to accomplish what several other septic companies could not, locating a second tank where others had failed. He proved to be an exceptionally hard worker despite a condensed timeline. There seemed to be a disconnect between him and management, however. Despite an appointment specifically to clean the septic tanks, they sent him out to simply locate and inspect, hence the lost star.Nathan KrammeNathan Kramme ★★★★★ Francisco with Baker Septic really helped my family and I with a septic failure. Me not being the most familiar with septic systems not to mention the complexity of our situation, he provided superior service with knowledgeable advice on how to move forward that gave my family and I peace of mind knowing we would be taken care of.Diane MannDiane Mann ★★★★★ Thank you for sending Rob out! He had my drain cleared in no time at all. 😊 He was professional and very patient with me. I was his last appointment at the end of what was probably a very long day. Yet I was treated with the same care as the first appointment. What a great employee. Rob is why I will call Baker Septic again . 🙂Leslie AshLeslie Ash ★★★★★ Needed septic inspection. Francisco G. kept us informed on time he would arrive. Explained what he was doing and his findings so we understand more how the system works.Found a problem, explained what needed to be done to correct and options for cost containment. ( We had pumping scheduled but repair requires empty tanks so he recommended holding pumping until day of repair so we did not incur second pumping charge, having area dug out prior to repair crew arrival).Received call first thing the next morning from Michael, reviewing findings and to go over estimate. He cancelled pumping so we could review and schedule repair.In this day and age, finding companies with employees who treat their clients with such patience and honesty is priceless!Thank you so very much.Jessica McPhailJessica McPhail ★★★★★ Francisco is very personable, he greeted me and struck up a conversation. He was very pleasant to talk to and very efficient at his task… he informed me of the process and what he needed and left everything very clean for such a dirty job!!! lol. He even put down cardboard on the driveway where he knew the pump truck would drip oil!Much appreciated!!! Thank youDavid BoleyDavid Boley ★★★★★ We were lucky to have Fransisco visit our home when we had a septic tank issue. He arrived the same day we called and went above and beyond with creative problem solving to fix our issues. This is exactly the kind of skilled tradesman you want when you need real help, he was the opposite of just a nameless employee punching the clock. 5 stars all the way! Thank you Baker Septic Plumbing and thank you Fransisco!Doug CrossDoug Cross ★★★★★ Francisco was so friendly and knowledgeable! He explained how our septic system works and what he was doing at each step of the pumping/inspection process. He offered great tips on maintaining our system and his glove game was on point! I feel so much more confident with our system than before he came out. I wouldn't call anyone else for my future septic needs! Thank you!Danielle MDanielle M ★★★★★ Francisco came out on a Sunday when we had a septic emergency! This is our first experience living with a septic tank. We called Baker Septic and the friendly dispatcher sent him out. He was friendly, informative and very knowledgeable. We look forward to using their services for many years! Thank you for the learning experience:)Jonathan FayJonathan Fay ★★★★★ Francisco Gomez was extremely friendly, helpful and professional. He did a great and amazing job of taking care of everything in a super careful way went out of his way to make sure that the driveway and the route to the septic tank was kept clean and did an amazing job on the pump out and then advising me on septic care. I would highly recommend Francisco Gomez and Baker septic to pump your tank. The staff on the phone was very friendly and efficient. They got me scheduled quickly. I have used them in the past, and this type of experience is very typical of their high-quality service.js_loader

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The Importance of Regular Septic System Inspections


Septic systems, despite their essential role in home maintenance, are often overlooked by many homeowners. Yet, a regularly scheduled septic inspection is just as crucial as routine check-ups on any other important part of your home.

Baker Septic Tank Pumping: Excellence In Septic Inspection

Here at Baker Septic Tank Pumping, our septic inspection services go beyond just the routine checks. Our focus is to protect your investment, ensure the health of your loved ones, and prevent expensive repairs down the line. Our team of professionals adheres to a meticulous inspection process, giving every aspect of your septic system the attention it deserves. From examining the integrity of the tank to evaluating the condition of the drain field, from spotting potential leaks to assessing the general wellbeing of the system, we leave no stone unturned.

Our mission is to provide comprehensive inspections that not only diagnose any current issues but also anticipate potential problems that could crop up down the road. Rather than simply skimming the surface, our team takes time to deeply investigate your system. This ensures all elements are performing optimally, keeping your system in the best shape possible. This level of thoroughness is what separates Baker Septic Tank Pumping from the rest, making us the trusted choice for homeowners seeking excellence in septic inspection.

Why Septic Inspections Are Important

The significance of regular septic inspections cannot be overstated, primarily due to their role in preemptively identifying potential issues. By spotting concerns in their early stages, one can prevent them from escalating into hefty, destructive problems. Take, for instance, a septic system that begins to leak. Not only can this damage your property, but it can also infiltrate and contaminate nearby water bodies, jeopardizing your family’s health.

In addition to safeguarding health and preventing property damage, regular septic inspections are pivotal in prolonging your septic system’s lifespan. Neglecting regular checks can result in premature septic system or drain field failure, an issue that can lead to a considerable financial burden due to costly system replacements. Keeping your septic system in prime condition through regular inspections can alleviate this concern, ensuring your system enjoys a long, functional life.

Lastly, if you’re considering selling your property in the future, it’s worth noting that a well-maintained septic system can substantially boost your property’s market value. Prospective buyers are likely to be more drawn to a property knowing that its septic system has been regularly inspected and is in excellent working condition. By investing in regular septic inspections, you’re not only protecting your home but also enhancing its potential for future sale.

The Frequency of Septic Inspections


While the frequency of septic inspections can vary based on certain factors, the typical recommendation for most homeowners is to schedule an inspection every three to five years. The size of your septic tank and the number of occupants in your household are key determinants in this regard. For instance, a larger tank or a larger family might require more frequent inspections, possibly even on an annual basis. The goal is to ensure your septic system maintains optimal performance, preventing unforeseen issues that could potentially result in substantial expenses for repair or replacement. As with many things in home maintenance, it’s better to be proactive, and regular inspections are a crucial part of this approach when it comes to your septic system. So, whether your home has a small septic tank servicing a two-person household or a large system catering to a big family, understanding the need for and scheduling regular septic inspections is key to keeping your system—and by extension, your home—in top shape.

Crucial Times for Septic Inspections

Beyond regular, routine inspections, there are certain critical circumstances that call for immediate septic inspection. One such scenario is if you have decided to put your property on the market. It’s customary and often required to have a septic inspection performed to confirm the septic system is functioning correctly. This not only aids in increasing your property’s market value but also provides assurance to prospective buyers that they’re investing in a home with a healthy septic system.

Aside from the selling scenario, there are certain telltale signs that indicate the need for an immediate septic inspection. For instance, you might notice an unusual, unpleasant odor permeating your property, particularly around the septic tank or the drain field. This could be a sign of septic issues and warrants an immediate inspection.

Similarly, if you find that your sinks or toilets are draining slowly, it might be an indication of a blockage or an issue within your septic system. This slow draining is not just a minor inconvenience; it could potentially signal a serious problem with your septic tank or drain field that needs to be addressed promptly.

Another crucial sign to look out for is water pooling in your yard. If the drain field is failing, it can lead to oversaturation, causing wastewater to rise to the surface. This is not just an unpleasant sight but also poses significant health risks due to the potential contamination of groundwater.

Understanding these crucial moments for septic inspections and acting promptly can save you from substantial damage and costly repairs. Regular septic inspections, paired with immediate action in these situations, are the best way to maintain a healthy and efficient septic system. Remember, when it comes to your septic system, it’s always better to be safe than sorry.