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Welcome to Robinson Septic and Sewage

We take pride pride in our work and our goal is to provide you with an honest business experience. 

About Us

Georgia State Certified Pumping and Installation

We provide all services that deal with your septic system, including:

  • Pumping 
  • Inspections for home purchases 
  • New installations 
  • Drain field repair 
  • Replacement of old drain field 
  • Tank replacement 

Septic pumping

We provide an all inclusive experience with septic pumping that includes digging the tank lid. We will make sure that your plumbing is clear and working from the tank to your home. 

Installations

We can install any septic system, from home drain fields to commercial grease traps. Call us today with your permit for a free quote. 

Septic System Tips That Can Save You Money

Sewage Backing Up Inside Home

Just because sewage is backing up does not mean that your tank needs pumping. Check your sewage pipes first for blockages. The most common cause of a tank being full is because the inlet tee inside the tank is blocked or the outlet filter needs cleaning. 

Is My Tank Too Full?

Septic tanks are designed to operate with the water level at 6-8 inches from the top of the lid. If your tank is working properly and you put a gallon of water in, a gallon of water should go out. Only when the water is all the way to the top of the lid would it be considered full. A truly “full” tank is typically caused from a blocked filter or a drain field issue. 

Drain Fields

Most drain fields will last a customer around 20+ years. Drain fields fail for many reasons but the most common issue is roots or too much sediment in the bottom of the field. Think about a plant that is root bound in a pot; this is what the bottom of the drain field looks like when roots or sediment settle there.  When the drain field cannot allow the water to pass through the bottom, your septic tank will back up. 

Filter Maintenance

Most systems that were installed after the mid 1990’s are required to have a filter on the outlet side of the septic tank. This filter can become clogged with sediment and cause your system to back up. The filter can be removed and washed, which will allow the tank to return to normal levels. This should be done every 2 to 3 years. This action can be performed by the homeowner. There is a picture of what your filter should look like in the photo gallery above.  

Should I Use A Septic System Treatment?

Septic system treatments contain bacteria and natural enzymes that help to break down solids that may build up in your tank. Household cleaning products can disrupt or kill the needed bacteria in a septic system. A septic system treatment can be added regularly to keep bacteria and enzymes at a healthy level within your system. 

Thank you!

We hope that this information helps you. Please give us a call if we can be of further assistance. 

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Robinson Septic and Sewage

793 Faircloth Road, Ashburn, Georgia 31714, United States

(229) 567-4113 or (229) 445-4552

Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm


Emergency tank pumping services available after-hours and on weekends.

(Sundays, after 1:00 pm only). 

Surcharges may apply.